Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY)

42.31
-0.70(-1.63%)
  • Volume:
    183,073,450
  • Bid/Ask:
    41.51/43.00
  • Day's Range:
    41.52 - 42.69

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  • Lloyds staff get £1,000 bonuses whilst the poor owners of the business, us shareholders, get the treat of 8% drop in our investment and under inflation return in the form of a dividend at 4.65%.
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    • Lloyds has 15.7% of the UK housing market. With interest rates going up 0.25% this month alone this share should be flying as margins increasing, but it's not. Management obviously are not working hard enough to drive down it's costs because it should be flying as they pass the rise on to borrowers but not savers.
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      • Long 42.6 (Sep) £1500pp
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        • Closed at 44. Thats enough for a punt.
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      • 8% drop in the share price in the last twelve months, but the Directors keep getting their enormous salaries, pensions and benefits for being useless. It's a joke that is seriously not funny.....time to sack the board and replace them with people who put the owners of the business first.
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      • investors are going through the same difficulties as everyone else. give us a 1000 payout to help us with the soaring prices.
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        • shareholders bonuses have already gone paying the Director's for being rubbish
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      • With Lloyds management being so bad at focusing on profit and share holder value I am wondering why I do not just have Barclays rather than splitting the money as I currently do. PPI gone, Covid gone, interest rates rising and yet this share does nothing whereas Barclays is moving up nice now.
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        • Barclays up 3%+ today and Lloyds down as usual.....solely down to the managment. Barclays simply has better people running it than Lloyds, then again can anyone name a company with a worse managment team than Lloyds?
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          • Credit suisse
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        • been in and out loads of times unfortunately went in again just before the war in at 51p will have to wait till December to get back to that level always promising but never quite delivered these shares .
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          • I am regretting not selling at 55p. My average price is 49p. Just have to be patient and take the dividend along the way.
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          • I did exactly the same thing. Such a frustrating share
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          • staff now getting £1000 each know to help with cost of living we need a good increase in dividend to help poor old share holders
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        • Share value dropped 20% since I brought more at 50, I take it the Director of sustainability the bank appointed is not helping us poor shareholders.
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          • I am in the same boat mate! This share seems allergic to anything north of 50p
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          • There is simply poor management at the bank. The management are not focussing on profit maximising and shareholder value.....with such a large percentage of the UK mortgage market and no new PPI claims they should be currently producing outstanding results but they are not and they should be replaced, but us long suffering shareholders can not replace the boys club at the top so the suffering carries on.
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        • 558000000 shares are being created in order to give them as bonuses for 2021. the same year shareholder's dividend was withheld and the shareprice dived. A record low for the year today!
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          • Rubbish! Shareholders received a full year dividend of 2p for 2021; interim 0.67p and final 1.33p.
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          • but the Lloyds management team are getting paid for us long suffering shareholders losing another 10% in the last year. Complete lack of focus on profit maximisation and giving share holder value.
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        • the only way for the share price to move upwards is to provide a sustainable and dependable value for investors. share buybacks and dividend flactuations puts investors and large institutions off.
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          • the whole management team needs to be replaced, they are not up to the task.
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        • Interest rates go up, shares go down. Brilliant
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          • Yeah i thought theyd go up !!
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          • it's because Lloyds does not have the right leadership. It is a poorly run organisation that is not focused on profit maximisation and share holder value.
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        • Revenue missed in the first quarter, but at least the bank has a Director for sustainability looking after us shareholders......not
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          • Lloyds has hired Rebecca Heaton as Director of environmental sustainability.......no wonder this share is going down, seriously is this a joke? How about taking a Director on for shareholder value?
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            • I look forward to a good stable dividend for this year. I have gone through years of low or no dividend, high company costs and huge fines. All that is thankfully behind us. the company is stream lined, interest rates are getting back to a more reasonable level, and Mr Nunn is talking about progressive dividends. All this should also help the share price too. Share buyback may sound good, but in real terms it has very little impact on the share price!
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              • I'm in with modest shares at 52p...novice shares isa investment. Let's see how it goes. 😏
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            • Long £300pp Happy to just take the porward yield of 5%. The PE is cheap and the interest rake hikes should be a tailwind. TP arbitrarily 64p for now (+20)
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              • Mr Nunn's new policy moving the bank forward is to develop both awealth management and an investment branch. In other words, spend billions in undoing what lloyds management has been doing over the last 10 years. 25bn will be spend over the next 5 years to do this. The poor investors will be the ones to suffer - again!
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                • 90p at least by the end of this year if not sooner. very cheap at the moment
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                  • hope you right
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                  • Lloyds have only been above 90p once since the financial crises. I don't where you have plucked this figure from. I suggest you do more research to make comments like this.
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                • 200 heavily under valued
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                  • Why is lloyds down more than double other banks?
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                    • market disappointed with the results released today, earnings missed by all accounts
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                  • I told you as soon as I brought more they were more likely to get to 25 than 75. Not sure if this is a dip or the start of a long slide of this and every other share as long as the war lasts.
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                    • share buyback is a waste of money; it has a minimal impact on the share price. look at the billions wasted over the years. what I want to see is a good stable dividend, preferably quarterly. That is when investors would hold onto their stock and the share price would grow sustainably. 1.33 dividend is not good enough!
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                      • share buy back is a great way of adding values and shareholders benefit longer term. I honestly don't understand what is the problem with that!!
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                    • I am hoping for good Lloyds results tomorrow as this is a 75p share all day long now that they have no new PPI claims coming their way hammering their profit.
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                      • you'll be waiting a long time for it to get to 75p
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                      • with my luck it's more likely to get to 25p than 75p. Lloyds has paid a total £21.9 billion in PPI claims so that's £2-3 billion a year extra profit going forward. Interest rates are rising and the UK economy is off it's knees so Lloyds should be making big profits going forward so hopefully big share buy backs and increased dividends pushing the share price up.........hopefully.
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                      • long term it'll do well, I expect the price level only to rise as the dividends rise over the year, they're pretty consistent in the dividend policy.opportunity to keep topping up out of the dividend proceeds
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                    • Tesla, BNP, Anglo-American, Easyjet, Lloyd's, Natwest, Tinto Rio, THG, Barclays.... top 10 shorted stocks this week . Why banking sector been red 7 days ? Because of short sellers nothing else.
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                      • They make money by doing it. Nothing is changed, all those are very good 👍 I bought Barclays, Lloyd's and Rio Tinto
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                    • TeslaBHP The list of top 10 shorted stocks for last week . People start learning and thinking. I know a lot and try to help you . If you don't need information I'll stop all my comments Anglo AmericanEasyjetLloyds BankingNatwestRio TintoTHG HoldingsLondon Stock ExchangeBarclays
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