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Share Price: 74.84Bid: 74.88Ask: 74.90Change: 0.03 (+0.04%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 75.32High: 75.47Low: 73.89Yesterday’s Close: 74.81



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Asperger1
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RE: Good Moaning
23 Jun '14
'Shiney' :-)
 
meerkat.com
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Good Moaning
23 Jun '14
Yet another beautiful day in store for most of the UK

Will the sp reflect this
I have looked at the flippy floppy dingle dangle lines and the FITA index and not forgetting the old Bladerwrack check

Only found one flea on Mrs Meerkat so its a rise this morning
Might get to 78 shiney new pennies

Been away on various visits over the last two weeks many apologies
Will once again be absent for most of this week but the 31st of July is coming up soon
This will be a good news story

2014 TYOTH
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PAKKA
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Good after noon all
22 Jun '14
Hope you are enjoying the glorious weather.
Also hope tomorrow brings some good upside for LLOY
GLA
calisto
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re Monday morning
21 Jun '14
this is precisely right. The global economy is ticking along but not fast enough to warrent an agggresive intreset rate scenario as enisaged by some of the hawk who have been resisting low rates every since they were cut to record low levels. Granted that it would be good to have some elbow room in the event that hitherto unforseen events merit more accomodation. So it will be a delicate balancing act to say the least and certainly I believe we can write off a return to long terms trends for some while. The Govt therefore needs to plug the gaps in its funding particularly if they want to provide the resources for some sweeteners ahaed of the next election more on education the health service, pensions and so forth. They will need to lift the restriction on dividends as we expect in order to get the last tranche away. My feeling is that we may get a tranche as early as September and maybe even a return to some for of divi on RBS as well to begin the reduction of the State's holding in that one. Many pundits are suggesting markets are over valued at current levels but of course there are still many bargains to be had. Remove regulatory overhang from the banks and shres will go higher.
Goldfever
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RE: Monday morning...
21 Jun '14
UK tax receipts remain poor so the expectation is HMG off-loading next packet of shares.

The market is pricing this into lloy.

Once all shares have gone, we can expect a return to more normal pricing. Combine this with restored dividends and hopefully move up. All depends on the regulators too...I guess.
Wids
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RE: Monday morning...
20 Jun '14
As long as the markets goes up - who cares

right?

It's never different this time..

"One of the largest bullish factors is burgeoning worldwide liquidity, thanks to expansive monetary policies by central banks. That has helped fuel a surge of foreign investing that could propel US stocks higher, regardless of what happens to the American economy, some analysts say...



Low interest rates also help stocks by making Treasury securities, certificates of deposit and other interest-paying investments less attractive. The sluggish economy, meanwhile, keeps the Federal Reserve from driving up interest rates and prevents inflation from overheating...



Also, the sluggish economy--by keeping manufacturing rates low--discourages money from flowing out of financial assets into such investments as factories and machinery."

- LA Times, March 8, 1987; a few months before the October 1987 crash.

Enjoy the party ~
IntoTheBlack
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Monday morning...
20 Jun '14
All three of the major indexes closed the week with 1% or greater gains. The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average both closed at record highs Friday.

LYG, on the other hand, closed down 2.05% down.
lilminnow
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RE: tsb
20 Jun '14
Does anyone have any ideasoverpriced target for this if i want a stag it on wednesday?
Ideas and thoughts with reasons for price targets explained would be appreciated. No daft AIM styled ramping required please. I was thinking about £3.00 as well or around 15% above IPO.
DD42
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31st July
20 Jun '14
Never mind—Only six weeks to go to half yearly results on 31st July …
calisto
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interest only
20 Jun '14
yeah right " iwas not told I had to pay back the principal" I am waiting for the unsollicited phone calls already



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