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Share Price: 77.00Bid: 77.00Ask: 77.01Change: 0.13 (+0.17%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 76.65High: 77.19Low: 76.67Yesterday’s Close: 76.87


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legobrickgirl
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gazza
5 Sep '14
ps

what part of Bournemouth are you from?

Used to live at Bosecombe
 
legobrickgirl
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RE: sharesave
5 Sep '14
gazza, what I know of share save schemes is that they are always a win win. If the share price goes up you win. If the share price goes down, you can choose to get your money back with a little interest. You can not lose and I would advice all who can do share save schemes to do so to the maximum that they can afford.

As an example, I did a £30 a month scheme many years ago that netted £12k+ in 5 years. I used this money to allow me to carry on adding to the schemes where I was investing £250 a month in the end.

It is really a big perk to a job and worht doing.

GLA
legobrickgirl
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Price:75.00
mcap
5 Sep '14
LLOYDS is 8th in all of FTSE companies.

Not bad tbh for a lame duck, eh Whiteladdy?
MY21
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Price:75.00
TUC on growth of low paid jobs
4 Sep '14
Earnings growth in the UK was pushed to a record low as low-paying sectors are creating more jobs than high-paying ones, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) said on Thursday.

TUC said the lowest paying industries grew by a quarter in the last five years, with an average weekly pay of £224 in food and beverage services and £265 in building and landscaping activities.

The UK's highest paying industry is the financial sector, with average weekly pay of £873.70. The sector fell by 20% in the last five years losing 139,000 jobs.

TUC's general secretary Frances O'Grady said: "The economy is growing and employment is rising, but wages are still falling across Britain.

"Unless employers start paying their staff more and create a larger number of well-paid jobs it could be many more years before we return to the kind of pay packets people enjoyed before the crash."
Chandls
Posts: 33
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Price:75.00
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RE: sharesave
4 Sep '14
yup I'm in that one too :-)
wayne_130
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RE: sharesave
4 Sep '14
You should have jumped on the 2013 one, option price 40p. Not far off a double up at today's prices. Sounds like a safe bet for this years as well with Lloyds only going in one direction long term.
Chandls
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:75.00
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RE: sharesave
4 Sep '14
Same here mate, but I'm planning to sell in tranches so as value goes up (hopefully!) I need to sell fewer shares to fund share save purchase
gazzabournemouth
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Price:75.09
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sharesave
4 Sep '14
Anyone else on this board working for lloyds doing the sharesave? Option price 60p I will sell 12000 share to enable me to do a 3 year share save hopefully this is a win win situation.
MY21
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Price:74.79
ECB to fight deflation in Eurozone
4 Sep '14
The European Central Bank has surprisingly cut its benchmark interest rate to 0.05 per cent and cut the deposit interest rate to -0.2 per cent and confirmed it will purchase asset-backed securities, private loans and covered bonds to fight deflation.

The rate cuts are effective from 10 September and represent a 10 basis point drop in both the headline refinancing and deposit rates and means lenders will pay 0.2 per cent for deposits left with central banks.
ezglide
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RE: Whats this up to then?
4 Sep '14
I agree totally I bought in as a long term hold but the only way to make money it seems is to correctly predict the highs and lows and to trade on these. I can't accept that all the previously mentioned factors such as Ukraine , the Scottish vote , etc etc should affect this share price and not the general share markets . The share price should be reflected in the stability of the company in which case it should be climbing surely ?



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