Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY)

0.5784
+0.0013(+0.23%)
  • Volume:
    10,150
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.5784/0.5794
  • Day's Range:
    0.5755 - 0.5899
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB0008706128
  • WKN:871784

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  • if through 40-41p i think a rapid climb to the mid 50's
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    • I should add, that's closing price,
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    • Yes I agree big resistence at 40p. I think quite a few people have got 40p as their target. Initially I thought that but now I think it should go back to 50p plus in the next 12 months or less
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  • down before going up 25% uptick in 3m
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    • does anyone have any guess about next week earnings?
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      • oh baby..just hit that 40p!!
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        • Really need a solid move over 0.38, it's been knocking on the door for long enough
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          • it will but not just yeti think in the coming weeks Lloy will head done before go back up again.by March we will pass 40p mark
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        • as covid starts to disappear and the economy opens fully back up the stock price will sit 45-50p, hopefully improving even more towards the end of the year
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          • we will have to pay for the last year then. this won't see 50p for a while yet sadly
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          • Dean, actually i think will see the 50p sooner than you think.divi on the card and that will make it pass 50p but stay around that level this year. just wait and see. by mid March we are above 40p
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        • I do believe this will slowly move in to the mid 40s over the next couple of months
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          • Really need a solid move over 0.38, it's been knocking on the door for long enough
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            • just waiting for next big drop, this share is ****.
              5
              • So get out if your in and stop worrying about it...? Simple really
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            • Any share is a potential long term hold. I held this one since 2011 lol. Hasn't done a fat lot as was planning to sell once hits 100. Still holding lol
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              • true .i did the same bought at 33p in 2011 held went up 100% but last few years has been downhill. but for aure long term will be back to 60 plus
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              • i reaped on the dividends!..
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              • If you can lol, while all those around you are losing their (-), then you shall be ..either poor or stupid or rich, or all three if gods feeling generous
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            • Is the price raise relevant to dividend hope?
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              • Due to bank of england keeping base rate in positive for next six month
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              • What dividend hopes.
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              • Dont take your decisions on what people in the comments say.
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            • Still in and holding
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              • Long term hold, once the dividend starts again share will rise
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            • Dividends will return this year. Don't sell. Long-term HOLD!
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              • What if they dont?
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            • Its a buy at 36 close out at 50+—patience needed!!
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              • Totally agree.. people can make their own decisions but this will be in the 50s within 12 months...
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              • Yes Benjamin, 2021 will be a better year for Lloyds!
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            • how do we withdraw funds ??
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              • what you mean?
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            • Hard fall coming on Monday. BoE cutting rates. This could return to sub 30 in very little time.
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              • Gav Christiebets are going on a cut due to chancellor’s comments regarding tax. The market will correct before the actual decision and announcement. Worrying times for most stocks/sectors. Lloyds/Barclays could decline sharply as a result of this. Lloyds is fragile - how will it cope with negative interest rates? Sell off with the market if it goes to 34. Do not hold it to 25. Buy back in after the first decisive daily % increase.
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              • BoE's Bailey has said that Zero or Negative rates are not happening, so this is why the Eur/GBP is moving like it is.  GBP is moving stronger against all currency and that the UK stock market is also up. we have SLAMMED through .90000, but as we have three DAYS of down, Hit a RESTISTANCE on the days and also week charts, there SHOULD be a retracement, but the trend is that ir is range bound Daily (.91 and .89) and weekly (of the same). Hold your trades if you opened at .91-.905 as it could break below .89 down to .88.
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              • Pete Lewis, formerly Philip Lowies. This prediction was proved to be as ridiculous as it sounded at the time you posted. Hope the short bet you had didn’t cost you too dearly. 40p+ within days/weeks and there’s nothing you can do about it.
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            • Does anyone know why it raise today?
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              • this is false risk imo. we are going into lockdown with the government shelling out billions which will need to be paid back and the ftse up 4%. barc up 8% and lloyds up nearly 6%. very skeptical
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              • US treasury yields up , Asset prices Oil , comodities all higher
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              • I'm struggling to see how the US has any influence over the price of Lloyd's....
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            • More news on dividends possibly being reinstated next month. If so, I see this going in 40s range! Good luck.
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              • no chance !!
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              • Dean Williamswhat never? It will neve get back to 40?
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            • Talks of negative interest rates will cause massive cracks, if implemented, I see Lloyds to get back to mid twenties
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              • Hi Prateek - long time! I just posted exactly the same thing above. Hope you did well out of RDSB, you timed the bottom well there.
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            • I can see this breaking 30p again
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              • Not too sure.....Banks are getting more cash to give out.....so i doubt it
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              • If it does i shall buy some more shares
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              • Hmm, with second lockdown anything is possible. Just hope dividends get reinstated soon!
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            • Sliding down to 31-32
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              • Hold, hold, hold!
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                • https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/04/england-to-enter-toughest-covid-lockdown-since-march
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                  • Finally seeing the 34-35p mark - nice buying opportunity soon!
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                    • All the shares are rising today but LLOY is dropping. Does anyone know why?
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                      • Financials are down across the board today
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                      • Brexit deal didn't cover financial sectors access to EU, work starting this week in UK for a framework to start negotiating with EU, UK are thinking a 8 to 12 week period to agree, I'd assume longer.
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                      • Does that mean its likely to correct further in short term ?
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