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Share Price: 75.78Bid: 75.76Ask: 75.77Change: 0.54 (+0.72%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 75.51High: 75.85Low: 75.39Yesterday’s Close: 75.24

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Little bird
30 Jul '14
I have just been told by a little bird that the lloyds results tomorrow will be astounding the profit for Q2 will be 4.5 BN the ppi will be £2 and the divi starts on Friday next.
Now this little bird also told me he lives in Alex Salmonds back garden and as been listening to him a lot lately.
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RE: Tomorrow
30 Jul '14
Are we back into the 80p range fro tomorrow?

Not sure how the claw-back of bonuses announced today to deal with those irresponsible Bankers would affect LLOY, if at all?
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brace, brace, brace
30 Jul '14
Thursday 31st July:
Profits £3.6 Bn.
P/E: 11.
Liabilities: £790 Millions.
divi: deferrred to Q1/2015.
SP: 76.8p post H1/2014.
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30 Jul '14
Personally I think we will see a decent rise tomorrow, how much will depend on...
1. Level of profits - I suspect around £3 billion already priced in.
2. Divi - if figures announced then a very decent rise; if a vague "this autumn" then less excitement.
3. No unpleasant revelations - maybe just another 500 million for the last of PPI.
My tealeaves say a rise of 3-5%
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therealdeal1 & ppi
30 Jul '14
I agree totally. A friend of mine got over 3k compensation earlier this year. She claimed 4 times under her ppi policy that was sold by LLOY and had payments made while she was ill but still got this huge refund. How was She miss sold? It seams to me they just pay out on some claims regardless. Good Luck for tomorrow everyone
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30 Jul '14
If after all these years, all the news exposure, all the spam phone calls, emails, newspaper adverts you haven't claimed back your 'missold' ppi then you shouldn't get it. Simples. If you can't engage 2 brain cells after all this time then you deserve to be missold and people with some intelligence I.e. The shareholders should profit at their expense. Whether it's morally right or not.
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30 Jul '14
its so boring some days computer screens full of charts day and night at least if we get a rise on the lloyds board it brakes up the day with abit of banter ...
whilst i wait to see if my order fills at 80.9
ship over and out pretty bored. oh and its raining
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30 Jul '14
I agree its chump change too them. If they can sort the dividends out which, they probably haven't then we are getting somewhere.
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30 Jul '14
I've seen estimates from various learned members of the press for Lloyds Bank's LIBOR liability of up to £1 billion so for me £218 million is a pleasant surprise as it closes out the group's liability for the UK & USA.

£70 million to close out the Repo Rate issue is also good, a minor slap on the wrist.
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30 Jul '14
If you are so concerned that they are going to drop after results tomorrow, then why are you not selling?

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