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Share Price: 76.82Bid: 76.90Ask: 76.94Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 77.00High: 78.00Low: 76.22Yesterday’s Close: 76.82


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whatrwewaiting4
Posts: 2
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Price:75.24
Patience rewards
21 Aug '14
Im thinking are we getting back on track ? high 70,s what you think Oleg
 
meerkat.com
Posts: 3,155
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Price:75.23
Oleg
21 Aug '14
I wants a word withs u

2014 TYOTH
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zoros
Posts: 439
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Price:75.03
SP***
21 Aug '14
Nice post old boy!
guingette
Posts: 423
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:75.01
sp etc
21 Aug '14
Very good post...... I concur with everthing you have said pity some other posts are less constructive,and that is a bit of self criticism as well
SP61GHT
Posts: 164
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Price:74.91
Thoughts
21 Aug '14
HMG manipulating this share for their own benefit i.e. G.E next year. They have made a mistake or have they! Ok, they have binned the public offering, but that was always going to be a gamble. All the conditions for Lloyds to reinstate the dividend are met. ( They wouldn't apply to the PRA if they weren't). As others have mentioned on here, some institutions are precluded from investing in Lloyds because of the absence of a divi. On more than one occasion, in fact i'm sick of hearing it. The board have said the are applying in the second half of the year to reinstate the dividend. I think they would look really incompetent if that didn't happen.

Looking at last years rise into the eighties on expectation of the dividend, I think we can look forward to seeing those figures again pretty soon.

So have HMG got it right?

Maybe they have. They will be able to offload the remaining shares at a profit and claim they have saved the country and got all the Tax payers money back with profit.

Time will tell

SP61GHT
PAKKA
Posts: 770
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Price:74.95
Good morning
21 Aug '14
A bright morning here on Kent Coast.
LLOY is not going to do much for the time being.Any good news or bad news will have some predictable swing.The two major events that I keep looking for : Any hint of PRAs green signal to allow Div payment and HMG decision on how they are going to proceed with next sale to the Institutional investors.A random large discounted sale large lots to IIs would be a blow to this share.A planned sale of small lots (10% each of what is left) over a period of 18-24 months would help the market to digest and assimilate the shares with least detriment to SP.Let us hope that Mr Osborne is on our side
Any confirmation of PRA approval should see this share creep back to 79p ish.
GLA
whatrwewaiting4
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Price:74.92
good moaning
21 Aug '14
Been looking on here for years & i have roughly 50% of the meerkat family in the horse.

Your messages I find are a breath of fresh air,& I would be interested where Oleg see,s our next six months.

TYOTH?2014/15
Asperger1
Posts: 1,394
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Price:74.95
Voices
21 Aug '14
The voices keep repeating 74.4 will be support - but then, what do they know lol
meerkat.com
Posts: 3,155
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Price:75.06
Good Moaning
21 Aug '14
Quite a nice morning No rain ,and sort of fluffy clouds

Bank of England No rate rise yet but
I think there will be one before the year end

Not wishing to put a damper on the Lloyds share price but I think it will be flat today despite the late trades

Oleg loves his new zebra pyjamas

Must go the toast has just popped up in the toaster, and I do like it hot

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MY21
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Price:75.06
KPMG plea to EU on Bank Regulation
21 Aug '14
"A European Commission plan to separate lenders’ consumer and investment-banking arms must be halted, said KPMG, auditor to some of Europe’s largest banks.

Proposals to harmonize rules for bank structure across the 28-nation European Union “should be shelved,” the accounting firm said today in an e-mailed statement.

The plans “will not add significant value alongside other regulatory reforms,” KPMG said, while countries including the U.K., France and Germany are already pursuing their own
requirements on separating lenders’ trading and deposit-taking units." (Reuters)



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