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Share Price: 74.82Bid: 74.70Ask: 74.73Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 75.91High: 76.20Low: 74.25Yesterday’s Close: 74.82


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Wids
Posts: 1,366
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Price:76.63
Femmeblanc
Fri 11:02
Consumer confidence shows households are as upbeat about the economy as they were in 2007, as the last expansion was about to end. But that good cheer hasn’t translated to stronger spending. As has been the case throughout most of this recovery, the spirit is willing but the wallet is weak. Paymasters European Commission. Number of people surveyed 2000. Wow. Very odd how the US & UK readings are the same. Must be a double stitch up.
 
Wids
Posts: 1,366
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Price:76.57
Pakka
Fri 10:48
Brokers do serious research and give it to you for FREE?!

They have their own agenda.

DYOR
PAKKA
Posts: 753
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:76.54
Brokers recommendation
Fri 10:39
Good morning all.
Three days ago , I had an email from a broker 'Buy TESCO' and I bought 1500 shares, was tempted to by lot more but resisted. Today it dropped to a double digit loss.
Thank you broker!!!
No it is not MF.
The weather man/lady are doing a better job these days.The brokers tell you that they do research on the companies!!!.
GLA
Asperger1
Posts: 1,338
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Price:76.60
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RE: Femme Fatale
Fri 10:26
Your thinking of 'WL' DZ - FB is a compleatly different person, as is DB lol
thomson
Posts: 109
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Opinion:Hold
Price:76.64
Woops
Fri 09:37
Sorry £2.94 sorry. Should have gone to specsavers
thomson
Posts: 109
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Opinion:Hold
Price:76.86
MFOOL
Fri 09:14
On 19th June 2014 they rated TSCO as one of their 5 top tips for the year. TSCO were at £294.20 at that time. Last time I looked this morning TSCO were £2.26. Hope they don't tip us (LLOY)
MY21
Posts: 2,618
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Price:77.04
BOE: Drop in SME lending
Fri 08:54
Lending to small businesses through the Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) fell by £435m in Q2 2014, figures from the Bank of England revealed yesterday, with analysts arguing that the scheme's overall purpose - to stimulate funding to businesses - hasn't been achieved.

Despite this being less of a contraction than the previous quarter (which posted a fall of £723m), net lending to all business fell by £3.9bn over the period. Commenting on the figures, John Longworth, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: "Although the decline in lending to SMEs was less than in the previous quarter, Funding for Lending continues to disappoint.

Many [smaller firms] remain frozen out when it comes to accessing the finance they need to fulfil their potential.

These figures reiterate that much more needs to be done to fill the major gap in the provision of SME finance in the UK." Analysts from Hargreaves Lansdown were equally as disparaging in their comments, and pointed out that, since the FLS was introduced, savings rates have fallen considerably - in some cases by almost half. Laith Khalaf of Hargreaves said: "The jury is still out on the Funding for Lending Scheme and today's figures don't increase the chances of a positive verdict. The Bank of England will maintain that the scheme will take some time to have full effect, but [in the] meantime savers are bearing the brunt of the pain in their deposit accounts and cash ISAs."
Dropzone
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Price:77.01
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Femme Fatale
Fri 08:49
Are you still on the IOW knocking back the champayne?
Femmeblanc
Posts: 125
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Price:76.00
RE:Nationwide on UK House Prices
Fri 08:06
As proven, with this post, a 'spin' can be used, and is, on most scenarios, to paint a glowing or dim view on most fiscal subjects and matters.

So the previous cut and paste by MY21, 'UK consumer confidence', could, and probably has been artifically created by the Government to increase it's chances of staying aboard the 'gravy train' for the next few years.

The truth will 'out' after the next General Election whoever is aboard that train.
MY21
Posts: 2,618
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Price:76.28
Nationwide on UK House Prices
Fri 07:51
British house prices rose during August at a much faster monthly pace than expected, according to a survey on Friday that contrasted with other signs of cooling in the housing market.

Mortgage lender Nationwide said house prices rose 0.8 percent on the month in August compared with a 0.2 percent rise in July. Economists polled by Reuters had expected an increase of 0.1 percent.

House prices rose 11.0 percent on an annual basis, up from 10.6 percent in July - again outstripping forecasts for a 10.1 percent increase. (Reporting by Andy Bruce, editing by John Stonestreet)



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