3% down on the day, what a F-ing mess were in again Yank's will be getting ready to jump on the sell button on open, every shareholder p*ssed off again and the II's must be recalculating what price they have to steal their next set of shares in order to make a buck, or they might not be interested this time around !.
I got twelve hundred quid from NatWest for a payment that I never knew I was making; it had just slipped by under my radar, so you could still say that I was to some percentage responsible! I have, though, had a person who worked for me admit that she'd claimed TWICE (saying that she didn't remember the first claim) and they'd paid her twice too!
Banking group Lloyds underwhelmed after saying that underlying profits improved by 32% to £3.82bn in the first half of the year, ahead of the £3.6bn consensus forecast. This was achieved despite a 2.2% fall in total underlying income to £9.25bn.
Lloyds pay out practically all of the claims non contested wherever PPI was sold.
Some others fight the claims and demand every miniscule piece of information right down to your grandpa's inside leg measurement.
I've submitted a claim to Lloyds relating to a mortgage the we had 30 years ago. We have no info relating to the loan other than the year of issue and the Lloyds branch. All that I remember is that we were told that we could not have the mortgage unless we took PPI.
* UK house prices rose 0.1% in the month of July and were up 10.6% from the same month last year. That was the smallest monthly gain since April 2013, while the annual rise was down from 11.8% in June.
I'd bought 8000 shares @ 47p in Aug 2011 and I'm still holding it .. Hoping that it will get better and dividends will be paid out. Unfortunately nothing seems to be happening.. Now I lost patience and I sold 3000 shares and diversified my portfolio and now I'm left with 5000 shares. Fingers crossed hoping I get a good price for the rest of my shares :(
Death by drip feed, I'm afraid. The set aside PPI stash WILL be spent when you consider there are companies out there desperate to get their hands on free money to distribute to joe public. Watch out for another onslaught of cold calling! Dissappointed in the underlying profit. I certainly expected £3Bn+. Anyone know the P/e now? And so we look to Q3 territory for a morsel of information about divi's. Our next hurdle is Scotland doing a runner. Then we go quiet for Christmas. If this debacle isn't sorted by Q1 2015 - I think all bets are off as the press concentrate on the GE and the threat of Labour dissecting the banks and wiping out any vestiges of reasonable returns from this damn Black Horse which is definitely developing a limp now. Let's hope the limp can be fixed SOON and doesn't turn into a broken leg.....They shoot horses, don't they?
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