Good question! Forecasting tricky. I think maybe flat unless someone drops a brick but thi election big boys not taking risks. Unless opinion polls move. Then Friday. But are the MMs pricing in a hung parliament? The uncertainty maybe known. The market could crash but Lloyds at this moment is probably fairly valued. In the long run I still think it is cheap. GL
Have to agree with BruceJamieson . Effectively the shares are owned by the tax payers , us , managed for the government by UKFI dare say they'll have been consulted but not sure how much influence the bank has on when or how they should be sold .
Typical Japanese , take a good product and improve it . Been creeping up in the ratings for a few years now , think they had a gold medal winner last year as well , Santori something or other . Whether Mr Murray's judgement , he's English BTW , can be relyed on after testing over 1000 whiskys is debatable , lol. Safe to say that all the top and most expensive whiskys in the world are still Scottish . Fortunately for the Scots whisky industry it'll be many years before the current lot will be of a comparable standard.
So are you saying that Labour would not sell the remaining Lloyds shares. They will need the cash to help reduce the deficit. After all it was an emergency bail out and the money needs to be recouped. How could this add to bank costs apart from more names on share register. And the div yield is not yet anywhere near 5% even though it will be in a few years deo volente.
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