Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY)

49.27
-2.48(-4.79%)
  • Volume:
    232,999,710
  • Bid/Ask:
    49.26/49.27
  • Day's Range:
    49.22 - 51.75

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  • Hey, buy Lloyds.
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    • Still total junk. Seriously LLOY is not going to come back at all. Just look at how it has performed over the last 10 years. Do you actually think that it is suddenly going to shoot up for no reason at all in a recession that will be added to by a damaged brexit and a government that has run out of money? Do not listen to some of these guys. Be warned.
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      • Michael Jakiel now what?
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      • Ha ha guys calm down! Use your own strategy! Everyone is different. Lloyds notbgreat compared to barclays but its still better ro have your money in Lloyds than any other industry stock is what I believe. Its a Bank and a big one.
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      • Next year it will double the current price at least! so if bought it at 25p.
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    • Lloyds Banking Group (LON:LLOY)'s stock had its "neutral" rating reiterated by investment analysts at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in a report released on Friday, Borsen Zeitung reports. They presently have a GBX 37 ($0.48) price target on the financial services provider's stock. JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s price target would indicate a potential upside of 50.53% from the stock's current price.
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      • insider news -Antonio Horta-Osorio purchased 577,138 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Monday, September 21st. The shares were acquired at an average cost of GBX 24 ($0.31) per share, with a total value of £138,513.12 ($180,991.92). Also, insider William Chalmers purchased 1,000,000 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Monday, August 3rd. The shares were bought at an average cost of GBX 27 ($0.35) per share, for a total transaction of £270,000 ($352,802.82). Over the last ninety days, insiders have bought 2,578,638 shares of company stock worth $66,893,832.
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        • Is time to buy
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          • No
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          • Gaz Wailes Not the most volatile of stocks being a slow starter but gradually gaining price since last week.
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        • buy on all dips huge rally
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          • Now that other banks with international operations and access to super crooks are being chastised for their money laundering activity, investors should move their money to Lloyds. Lloyd's is really good value for money right now, and will fly after December and once the Vaccines are available.
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            • Utter garbage,
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          • If they hit 22p im buying
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            • You will get to 22 this week
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            • I got in heavy at 30p... i am waiting untill i have 10k to put in and see where they are at in december.
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          • What happened today? Is it the lowest price in history?
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            • With another lockdown looming the markets are nervouse
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            • Not true, today’s low 23.62 during the financial crisis it hit 23.48 in other words for students of price history - a double bottom. It had since bounced off this price strongly and I expect this trend to continue. Banks are always the first to move up during a recession in anticipation of the upturn. Have the banks hit bottom? I suspect they have!
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          • LLOY will go up to 30p to ~35p very soon!
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            • why do you say so?
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            • don't think so more like 19p
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            • Henry Horsley he has no idea
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          • hurry up and start paying the dividend again please
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            • too cheap to ignore
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              • No deal brexit coming, keep clear
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                • If your investing in Banks, Barclays and HSBC are far better
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                  • Barclays perhaps but HSBC, what is your reasoning?
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                  • I would say HSBC is still the best out of the 3, despite the perceived issues in HK.
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                  • think your mistaken
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                • 2007 - about 270p a share, 2016, 70p a share, today 26.84p a share, long term investment?
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                  • 2007 - subprime mortgage crisis (not entirely their fault), 2016 - brexit (again, not their fault), today (potential no deal brexit + covid, again not their fault). Surely all negative impacts are all out of the way?
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                • Is it a good time to buy?
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                  • I'd avoid them to be honest. Don't invest what you can't afford on Lloyds shares. At what point will they be coming back? After brexit at the end of the year? I very much doubt that.
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                • Total junk.
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                  • Time will tell.. im sat heavily invested @32p and am looking forward to taking large profits medium term...
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                  • Chris Higgins Good luck with that.
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                  • so if you have bought £50k worth of shares @26p, then you will becoming millionaire.
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                • Is it a good time to buy? Will it go down further?
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                  • Buying now and holding for a few years shoukd see a nice return
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                  • Buy, but with stoploss !
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                • Sold it all before earning and bought them all back again after earning. Best decision I've made in a year.
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                  • GDP results need to be good and hopefully light these babies up
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                  • Jobbing llloyds in this market is only way Buy low 27 sell 31 repeat repeat
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                • need uk v shape
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                  • Some ask whether Lloyds share price can recover - in short, YES!
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                    • agreed, great time to top up my isa and push my 54 avg a bit lower
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                  • Just topped up with some they can go with the rest of the stocks that are getting a tanking at the moment.
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                    • slowly slowly.......
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                    • Just too good to miss!
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                  • Once we get a tried and tested vaccine the shares will recover to levels of 40p-55p. Just being fiscally responsible now.
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                    • that will take minimum of a year and then two years before it's fully rolled out. That's 2 years of bad results that's going to hit banks massively in terms of bad debts ... it's not looking good
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                  • "Banks could be free to restart dividend payments within months" - telegraph
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                    • yeah right, can't see that happening ..
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                    • with what money? lol nice try ramping
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                  • lloyds tanking group
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