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Share Price: 79.04Bid: 79.03Ask: 79.05Change: -0.69 (-0.87%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 79.75High: 80.08Low: 78.83Yesterday’s Close: 79.73


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PAKKA
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RE: PPI - PAKKA
27 Jan '15
Basherbaz : Thanks for the very interesting latest bit: Hopefully the cynicism can give way to celebration on the 27th FEB.Looks like a noticeable drop in PPI complaints.It increases the likelyhood of a Dividend a fraction and only a fraction higher.
I am a buyer under 75 this week
It is cloudy down here, will be gowing down to Tunbridge wells to spend the day with son and family.This addiction to look up the Pfolio on IPad is irresistible but shall try and shut it down.But this board is an Oasis in the desert.Graet people.

GLA
 
EagleB
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RE: Sorry Boys
27 Jan '15
You said be patient! but can't blame you cashing in. Guess you'll be back in if it drops below 73p. I will be. Meanwhile I'm sticking. Roll on divi.....
meerkat.com
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Sorry Boys
27 Jan '15
Have sold £18000 worth of shares @76.14

GLA

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Greek problem
27 Jan '15
Or hear that 'we are still in talks with the PRA!'
PAKKA
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Greek problem
26 Jan '15
The problem Greeks are facing makes our Lloy dividend problem and PPI problem look like mole hill.Some consolation for AHO !! Good luck our good friend, enjoy your bonus mountain !!
No one can beat Fred's record.Let alone dividend he almost finished the RBS !!!
Some of us here (me included) have got used to being cynical on the Dividend subject. Sure we can't be blamed !!
Come Feb 27 morning , 7:00 am to be precise we do not want to hear the word PPI !
Good night all, don't have nightmares; as someone put it ,it is only money !!!
See you tomorrow
GL
meerkat.com
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RE: Good After Moaning
26 Jan '15
Nicht sie nicht LOL

können Sie mir eine Sonnenbank

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RE: Good After Moaning
26 Jan '15
Yep....nearly 2.5% up....no idea as to the reason behind it!
Rocal
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RE: Good After Moaning
26 Jan '15
Blimey, we're stormin' away on Wall Street. Why?
Rocal
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RE: Good After Moaning
26 Jan '15
Tcha, Meerkat, das finde ich soooo beleidigend! :-)
Seriously though, I find it difficult to see how any Greek government is going to move the country forward without pushing through some ferociously unpopular social / political measures. If the reports that I've heard are true then such things as PAYE and the government having the authority to access your pay and banking records (things that we and the Germans and the Americans just take as a matter of course) are NOT commonplace in Greece! Well, would you pay your full whack of taxes if you thouhgt that it wasn't going to be taken out of your pay-packet, bank account or stock portfolio without YOU giving your consent for that information to even be disclosed?
Totally agree with you regarding their tax situation, so how on earth is Syriza going to fulfil some of those promises such as creating more Public Sector jobs without the money coming in to fund them. If they're thinking along the lines of more money from Germany...phew! There's absolutely no way that Mutti (Angela Merkel) can sell this one to her electorate. Kripes, they're on the verge of rioting even now about immigration and jihadis.
If Greece is going to solve its financial problems I cannot see how it can do that inside the Eurozone. It's chief strength just has to be tourism, doesn't it? And the strongest weapon that a tourist-based economy can possibly have is a weak currency; Greece isn't going to get that until it waves the Euro bye-bye.





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