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Share Price: 74.20Bid: 74.18Ask: 74.21Change: 1.34 (+1.84%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 73.02High: 74.24Low: 72.44Yesterday’s Close: 72.86


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graftman
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Price:75.02
lex
28 Mar '14
where would the divi money come from ? I would of thought to pay your debts first before handing out cash ?
 
graftman
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buy v sell
28 Mar '14
as I posted go back and look , i'm not covering old ground , I was in the debate the other day , Tuesday . you have a company broker , what is he/they for ? . won't carry on it gets boring for others .
Marcopolis
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RE: Marcopolis
28 Mar '14
well I didn't mean 75.88 - by this level I meant 75 - where the institutions bought and just below. That said I have to say the timing was not great its a fact. hehe . Bad morning it seems for me short term pundit wise - made £400 on the FTSE to cheer myself up though. I prefer PG Tips.
rustybucket
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Price:74.89
itsalotto latest best estimate
28 Mar '14
Trades 4,494 Vol. Sold 19,189,849 Vol. Bought 25,616,896
lex1
Posts: 950
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Price:74.97
UKFI
28 Mar '14
Like all Government agencies are incompetent , first sale oversubscribed has to indicate demand wait six months, till the share drops and sell again and its still oversubscribed, where the sense. totally mistimed , a dividend should have been the second move to stabilize the sp at a higher level then the sale, dangle the carrot .and then give them a taste , this way it stall's the share in its tracks, or am i missing the point.
drax
Posts: 1,111
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Price:75.05
Graftman
28 Mar '14
This is an old discussion, look back and you will find the answer.

Every sale has a buyer, if it did not it could not be called a sale. In which case you would not always get paid when you sold.

The money comes from the buyer!!!¬
rustybucket
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Price:75.13
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Indianna Jones
28 Mar '14
Thoroughly accept that. And with this share you can never be sure anyway, because price moves so quickly and spread is generally very small.

Only reason I posted was that someone was suggesting 4 v 1 supporting buyers.

Wanted to know where that information was supposedly from.
rustybucket
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Graftman
28 Mar '14
And if there is not a buyer for each seller where do they go. Thin air. ???
rustybucket
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Price:75.13
graftman
28 Mar '14
At least after 90 days they will be in free float. What would you have preferred them to do. Just sell them in the market when the simple fact of supply and demand would have taken them well below that figure.

If you have a problem with them being sold at 75p by some yourself (cheaper) as of posting.
graftman
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Price:75.15
indy jones
28 Mar '14
we covered buys v sells the other day , sorry but there is not a buyer for every sell and visa versa . will not bore the board again with it . but you could go back and see the discussion on the bb .



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