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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 63.91Bid: 63.91Ask: 64.05Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.14Spread as %: 0.22%Open: 63.85High: 64.26Low: 63.64Yesterday’s Close: 63.91


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maldim
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RE:Onedecade
Fri 18:50
LTI. you surely don't take notice of job less figures,zero hrs contracts is not a job,16hrs not much better.they are not real jobs or real employment figures
 
longtimeinvestor
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RE: One decade...
Fri 18:45
NC
'as ever more businesses cease, or downsize as Brexit eventually bites'

The crash was supposed to have happened on an 'OUT' vote, then when it didn't happen it was then going to happen when we triggered article 50.It didn't happen.
UK unemployment rate is currently the lowest on record
utrickytrees
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RE: One decade...
Fri 18:24
Did u have a day off yesterday Newchurch? Probably on a jolly in the tower or London dungeons....anyway back with a bang I see with absolutely no silver lining on the impending cloud of doom whatsoever.....loving it! What dya think of A1's headline 10% return on capitol from divs at these prices? Cant argue with the profits being generated atm.
Newchurch
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One decade...
Fri 17:46
...waiting, or thereabouts.

Funny, if we went back around nine or ten years, and anyone had said, "Lloyds will have HMG fully out, will have reinstated the dividend, and have an end date for PPI, yet the share price would still only just be clinging to the sixties, they would have been ridiculed off the board.

Yet many here, still don't 'get it'.

Time alone may cure many ills, but, it is not just a question of time with Lloyds, something has to be made to happen, and adding a pile more personal debt via more c.c business, is going to cut little ice.

The whole banking scene has changed, more challenger banks, loss of easy, yet immoral earnings, HMG interference, now international litigation, from the land which does that better than anyone else.

Add to the above, the low wage culture, the hoards of impoverished new comers, keeping wages down and rents high, and see that the bread and butter future of mortgages take ups, will become ever less.

Personal debt a serious threat, of which HMG are aware, and will, no doubt be the next nail in the coffin for us, as those deeply indebted are 'helped' not by HMG or the CEO but the shareholder would have been, profits.

Worse than that is the huge amount of commercial property on our books, a huge mill stone as ever more businesses cease, or downsize as Brexit eventually bites.

Hard to rent, expensive to insure, a massive problem for Lloyds.

Amazed others, who give no reasons why, think that Lloyds is just sort of under the radar, despite being the one of the most common traded share, and imagine it is sort of being somehow held back.

I can see why our country is in such a mess, as, people refuse to 'see' anything wrong, and we now have a generation of people who are used to being fed only good news, no losers, only winners, no problems, merely challenges and cannot bear to hear, or see reality. When it is starkly pointed out to them they go Ostrich mode, or avoid the issue, in some vain hope that it will all be fine if there is no bad news heard.

Weird.

To add some positivity surely Lloyds must pause around 62, until some really dire news comes our way likely EU Brexit based?

Then Brenberg, may well be proven right; Again.
Davielad
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Price:63.99
Judge
Fri 16:51
It is Fraser not to be confused with "smoking Joe"....😂
NuckyThompson
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RE: 63.63 a good buy
Fri 15:27
Chainsaw when required Utrees.
ps. none of my posts are intended to upset anyone and under no circumstances would they be personal. The reason for this is I respect the opinions of the people I chat to and most on here are ok in my book so please don't think otherwise.
Judge-mental
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newchurch aka Private Frazier
Fri 15:26
I sit my imagination or does Newchurch seem to be channeling the late great private Frazier from dads army ?? :)
Judge-mental
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Zen and the art of holding lloyds
Fri 15:12
a lot of lloyds peers have the last couple of years factored into their share price already,lloyds has not imo and thats why im here and so long as they are a couple of quid by 2020( retirement age ) i couldnt give a rats starfish.just take the divi and add when i need to reduce my tax bill by paying into my sipp from my ltd comp :) all good really.
deadcatsbounce
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Tories insane - Brexit
Fri 14:51




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