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Share Price: 73.50Bid: 73.43Ask: 73.46Change: -0.04 (-0.05%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 73.26High: 73.80Low: 72.55Yesterday’s Close: 73.54


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zoros
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Breton
13 Aug '14
I liked your post - quite funny and sums up where this government is, I suppose...or do I?

So what's LLOY done wrong today then? It seems she is the only bank to be in the red today?
 
Asperger1
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RE: FT's Lombard on Ex.Lloyds Chair..
13 Aug '14
Deserves a good wedge if this link is anything to go by -
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Glad-Handing
snakehead
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RE: FT's Lombard on Ex.Lloyds Chair..
13 Aug '14
how many millions will he be on a year i wonder....jezus
Asperger1
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Reiteration
13 Aug '14
13-Aug-14 Deutsche Buy Target 89.00 89.00 Reiteration
Breton59
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Bank of England
13 Aug '14
Economy is picking up , well maybe not as much as we first thought. could be its too fragile or then again exports are doing well oh maybe not so well. House prices are overheating....umm maybe not or then again maybe they are ........interest rates will start to rise when the unemployment level hits 7%. or was it when inflation falls to 2%? ..well one or the other, oh changed our mind interest rates might rise this year....or next....well at sometime .
Finally if you want forward planning that lasts more than two minutes ...don't ask us were just paid big salaries to run the place.
MY21
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FT's Lombard on Ex.Lloyds Chairman
13 Aug '14
Win win situation:

Ex-Lloyds Chairman Sir Winfried Bischoff has secured the Chairmanship of JPMorgan Securities, the bank’s main European holding company. JPMorgan is run from New York by group Chairman and Chief Executive Jamie Dimon.

So this sounds like a job where glad handing and door opening will feature move heavily than scrutinising Executives. At Lloyds Sir Win coped with Antonio Horta-Osorio taking time off for stress.

The old Schroders hand told reporters he would resign if the Chief Executive, who he had chosen, could not return to work. That showed personal accountability, or “character” as it was once called. Perhaps some of that old-fashioned virtue will rub off on Mr Dimon, on whose watch JPMorgan has paid tens of billions in fines. Perhaps not.
MY21
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Ex.Lloyds Chairman to join JPMorgan
13 Aug '14
Win Bischoff takes JPMorgan Securities role
Appointment as chairman highlights efforts to respond to demands from UK regulators to bolster governance of banking operations in London
zoros
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Scrat
12 Aug '14
Why of course we all do - silly. Its next to the pussy willow....taraaaaa!
Scrat
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Hmmmm
12 Aug '14
Gardening is a safe topic. Anyone know how to find a clematis?
Shipmate1
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well well well...
12 Aug '14
looks like there as been some naughty behaviour afew inches below
hope you havent been put on report
Polar bear gynecology is next door
ship x



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