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Share Price: 77.07Bid: 77.05Ask: 77.08Change: 0.57 (+0.75%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 77.00High: 77.20Low: 76.66Yesterday’s Close: 76.50


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Wids
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Blanc
3 Sep '14
We and the US will continue to print. The US are doing it now through the Belgians, through the back door. Check out the monthly bonds purchases. Tapering? yeah right, it's becoming very sneaky.
 
Wids
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Blanc
3 Sep '14
You scared me for a moment, had visions of you with Bill Oddie. I shall in the next couple of hours have a more energetic country scene of the French cops chasing the immigrants in amongst the gorse bushes in Calais. Heads popping up everywhere, it's hilarious. Keystone cops 2. lol
Femmeblanc
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Wids
3 Sep '14
Not Yet, was just saying that a certain poster, does give the impression that the view from their home resembles scenes from 'Country watch', and, I enjoy this start to the day, and assumed that, if one were to leave Lloyds, then why 'tune' in each day?

So the pleasant start to many a morn would also be a loss.

That is all, and NO sarcasm intended or meant to that pleasant poster.
Asperger1
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Wids
3 Sep '14
I take you point and some may choose to gamble on a market retrace but the question 'was' about Lloyds v other banks
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RE: P.s
3 Sep '14
Mont Blanc

You been on the ale?
Femmeblanc
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Wids
3 Sep '14
only hope is EU grab hold of the printing press when we and US let go, giving more time on this false peak?
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P.s
3 Sep '14
Good luck also, but you will also miss the fun of this board, the ribs, the digs, the jibes, the flower poetical pose of Autumn mists rolling over Southern Englands fertile landscape, the vibrant flash as the Kingfisher dives from his lofty perch, rippling the silver grey water, where little Johnny would have caught that minnow at the weekend if it were not for that electric blue arrow, (or the fact he'd rather be in his bedroom playing Minecraft on his ipad.

So do act wisely guys.
Wids
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RE: Decisions! Decisions!
3 Sep '14
Asperger

It's not about Lloyds verses the rest. They will and others get hit hard when the correction comes. Sometimes it's not worth hanging on for that little extra gain which is not assured or guaranteed whatsoever, especially in this given economic climate we're in. Within 12 months you risk losing a lot too. Rule number one: protect your capital given the known or perceived risks.

It climbs a long wall of worry going up. It'll take the elevator down.

Are the indices consolidating or topping at all time highs?.....we shall see.
Asperger1
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lol
3 Sep '14
Full & fair disclosure - WL chooses to remain invested in Lloyds
Femmeblanc
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Re:RE: Decisions! Decisions!
3 Sep '14
You also miss out on Scotland going it alone.

The agreement of a EU financial transaction tax.

The uncertainty of a General Election.

The high possibility of way more PPI cash.

The separation of Tsb, with its issues over using Lloyds aged I.T.

The Government trying desperately, despite the indices at a high, trying to find enough suckers with cash to unload their large portion of the 'millstone'.

The disappointment at either NO div again, for the foreseeable or a tiny weeny one, that will hardly set the buyer rushing in.

Possible further swaps mis-selling and like claims.

The economy running out of steam.

Interest rates rising, as they cant go lower.

Risk of major terrorist attacks in the City.

Risk of 3rd world war in Europe.

The whole markets crashing, as very high at moment.

Labour carrying out its threat, to scatter us to the four winds.

The fact that all the doggy, immoral money making scams which banks used to seemingly get away with, now gone forever, thus lower profits.

The fact that most working people cannot get mortgages now, so less future income from Lloyds main money making source.

The fact that more completion is going to happen, thus less profits for Lloyds.

So, UNLESS I have missed something, I guess it all balances out equal......Doesn't it?



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