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0.5450 0.0000    0.00%
16:35:32 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
  • Volume: 33,034
  • Bid/Ask: 0.0000 / 0.0000
  • Day's Range: 0.5450 - 0.5450
Type:  Equity
Market:  Germany
ISIN:  GB0008706128 
WKN:  871784
Lloyds Banking 0.5450 0.0000 0.00%
Time Frame:
18/07/2022 - 16/08/2022
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Aug 16, 2022 0.5450 0.5450 0.5450 0.5450 - 0.00%
Aug 15, 2022 0.5450 0.5450 0.5450 0.5350 37.37K -0.91%
Aug 12, 2022 0.5500 0.5400 0.5500 0.5400 144.90K 0.92%
Aug 11, 2022 0.5450 0.5400 0.5450 0.5400 117.72K 0.93%
Aug 10, 2022 0.5400 0.5400 0.5400 0.5350 54.00K 1.89%
Aug 09, 2022 0.5300 0.5350 0.5400 0.5300 33.16K -2.75%
Aug 08, 2022 0.5450 0.5400 0.5450 0.5300 71.87K 2.83%
Aug 05, 2022 0.5300 0.5350 0.5400 0.5300 59.18K -1.85%
Aug 04, 2022 0.5400 0.5450 0.5550 0.5400 70.19K -3.57%
Aug 03, 2022 0.5600 0.5450 0.5600 0.5450 74.32K 1.82%
Aug 02, 2022 0.5500 0.5450 0.5500 0.5400 150.75K -3.51%
Aug 01, 2022 0.5700 0.5450 0.5700 0.5400 67.13K 3.64%
Jul 29, 2022 0.5500 0.5400 0.5500 0.5350 82.71K 1.85%
Jul 28, 2022 0.5400 0.5450 0.5450 0.5350 262.12K 0.93%
Jul 27, 2022 0.5350 0.5400 0.5450 0.5350 28.97K 1.90%
Jul 26, 2022 0.5250 0.5150 0.5250 0.5150 53.04K -5.41%
Jul 25, 2022 0.5550 0.5050 0.5550 0.5050 250.52K 9.90%
Jul 22, 2022 0.5050 0.5150 0.5150 0.5050 123.44K 0.00%
Jul 21, 2022 0.5050 0.5150 0.5150 0.5050 0.51K -2.88%
Jul 20, 2022 0.5200 0.5200 0.5200 0.5100 60.03K -0.95%
Jul 19, 2022 0.5250 0.5100 0.5250 0.5000 80.57K 0.00%
Jul 18, 2022 0.5250 0.5000 0.5250 0.5000 21.06K 7.14%
Highest: 0.5700 Lowest: 0.5000 Difference: 0.0700 Average: 0.5380 Change %: 11.2245
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Richard Dunnett
Richard Dunnett Aug 12, 2022 10:38
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I too can't understand why it don't move at the same speed as all the other bank.But it is a safe stock as long as it keeps going up slow and pays me a div I'm happy to keep holding. 60p before the year end me thinks.
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Aug 12, 2022 10:38
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In 1999 the share price was over 400, five years ago the share price was 70, today it is 45.61. Lloyds management have had 20 years of failure, where they have been paid millions for being rubbish at their jobs. Fair better value elsewhere than Lloyds.
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Aug 08, 2022 8:24
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I just can not understand why Lloyds shares are not flying. Higher interest rates so with 15.7% of the UK mortgage market it's a licence to print money and no new PPI claims......then I realise it's because the management team at Lloyds are rubbish.
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Glenn Porter
Glenn Porter Aug 08, 2022 8:24
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Nicholas Furr.....You keep banging the drum about HSBC being up 33% in one year but that is an unfair analogy. Agreed UK banking stocks have singularly failed to deliver so far in 2022.........this reflects their close ties to the UK economy amid concerns of a possible recession – something which is neatly illustrated by the relative outperformance of HSBC (HSBC), which has a much bigger presence in Asia.
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Glenn Porter Aug 08, 2022 8:24
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Nicholas Furr.....I am long on Lloyds, why would I want to short it? You are the one who is always criticising Lloyds.....are you shorting it?
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Aug 08, 2022 8:24
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In 2018 Lloyds was 65+ and that was after ten years of rapid falls. Now today they are 45, my question to you and anyone is why hold a dead dog like Lloyds shares when the management team do not put the shareholder first especially when there are so many other places to put your money? I am not shorting them and I no longer own them as I decided to cut my losses and put my money into something else. I admire those who hold Lloyds hoping for better days but after 15 years of mismanagement I just can not see them getting back to 300+ in my lifetime. You and others constantly make excuses for poor performance but after 15 years surely you have had enough of inept management at Lloyds?
neil wells
neil wells Aug 08, 2022 8:24
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It is management's job to make profits and pay dividends, which Lloyd's has consistently done in a difficult low interest environment. They cannot be held responsible for the vagaries of the stock market. If they carry on doing what they are doing it will inevitably rise to fairer valuation.
Mike Bamber
Mike Bamber Aug 08, 2022 8:24
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I would love to know how much Lloyds spends on its TV ads. On any night I can be sure of seeing the black horse ad at least 5 times. I don't see anywhere near as many ads for HSBC, Barclays, or Santander. Maybe they should divert this outgoing to increase the dividend.
rusty largo
rustylargo Aug 03, 2022 11:13
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And again, Lloyds approaches towards 50 pence...EVERY time this happens something comes along to scupper 60p /////70p///1.40. £10...wonder what it'll be this time?
Al Mighty
Al Mighty Aug 03, 2022 11:13
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Interest rates ;)
Glenn Porter
Glenn Porter Aug 01, 2022 15:10
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RNS out today, some big director sells! 28/07/2022 Antonio Lorenzo sold 2,750,000 shares. 29/07/2022 David Oldfield sold 1,098,000 shares.
Glenn Porter
Glenn Porter Jul 29, 2022 9:12
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Natwest up 8% in early trading after half year results announced. Amazing the difference a Special Dividend makes!
rusty largo
rustylargo Jul 27, 2022 9:40
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so I got 12000 shares how much fivi
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Glenn Porter Jul 27, 2022 9:40
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rustylargo......multiply 12000 x 0.008. This will give you the amount of interim dividend payment you will receive in £pounds.
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P34NuT Jul 27, 2022 9:40
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Glenn Porter  It says 0.8 on the dividend page? How do you get 0.008?
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simon stirling Jul 27, 2022 9:40
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0.8 is the same as 0.008. 8/10ths of a penny Vs 0.008 which is also 8/10ths of a penny
Glenn Porter
Glenn Porter Jul 27, 2022 9:40
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P34Nut. The dividend is 0.8p To express this as pounds it is 0.008 So if rustylargo multiplies his 12000 shares by 0.8p, this will give him how much his dividend payment would be in pennies. This then has to be divided by 100 to convert pennies to pounds. If he just multiplies his 12000 shares by 0.008 then the answer he gets is his dividend expressed in pounds. So 12000 x 0.8 = 9600 pennies. Then divide that by 100 to convert to pounds = 96. Or as I said originally, 12000 x 0.008 = 96 pounds. No need to divide by 100. Whatever way you do it the answer is the same
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rustylargo Jul 27, 2022 9:40
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thank you Glen
Glenn Porter
Glenn Porter Jul 27, 2022 9:00
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Good set of results today. Results beat consensus, interim dividend up 20% to 0.8p. So all going well that should make final dividend 1.6p giving 2022 Full Year dividend of 2.4p. I'm happy with that.
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Glenn Porter Jul 27, 2022 9:00
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How do you figure out dividend is still below inflation? Inflation currently 9.3%, dividend increase 20%, so dividend increase is more than inflation. And you say SP still down 6.5% from this time last year.......that is down to geopolitical events.....Russia invasion of Ukraine. As far as I am concerned we moving in the right direction.
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rustylargo Jul 27, 2022 9:00
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Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Jul 27, 2022 9:00
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Divend 5% inflation 9.3%. So dividend below inflation.....is that too technical for you? With PPI gone and interest rates rising LLoyds should be making serious money, it's shares certainly should not be 6.5% below what they were a year ago.
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Jul 27, 2022 9:00
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HSBC and Standard Chartered shares are up over 30% in the last twelve months, they have the same geo political landscape Lloyds have. Stop making excuses for Lloyds poor leadership.
Glenn Porter
Glenn Porter Jul 27, 2022 9:00
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"Divend 5% inflation 9.3%. So dividend below inflation.....is that too technical for you?" Were you honestly expecting a declared dividend yield exceeding 9.3%? Lloyds dividend yield better than Barclays, HSBC, Standard Chrtered, Natwest Group. The SP will play catchup with HSBC and Standard Chartered at some point.
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Ayush gautam Jul 15, 2022 20:18
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sorry
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Jun 30, 2022 15:05
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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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Nicholas Furr Jun 30, 2022 15:05
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yeah and as a shareholder/ owner of the business I expect the people I elect to run the business to put me before the staff when spare money is dished out.
Faji Mack
Faji Mack Jun 30, 2022 15:05
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you own shares and that's it your not an owner your just a small voiceless drop in the ocean one that cant make decisions or dictate anything to Lloyds . so get that part clear. the rates are going up so you want them to unfairly distribute the costs at the expense of their customers all in the hope you may make something on the back of the misery of ordinary people . sounds like great fun. I'm at a decent price so either way I hope they do what's best for their customers and long term they will grow .
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Jun 30, 2022 15:05
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What about the misery of the shareholders owning a share that is where it was ten years ago? What are the management team doing about them?
Faji Mack
Faji Mack Jun 30, 2022 15:05
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don't invest in shares if you can't afford to lose the money or have it locked away for an eternity . it's a con game where most retail investors lose out . that's just the way it is . some things will never change but I think we got bigger issues coming , rates are not just going up due to the economy getting better they are being forced up due to inflation that means the whole system is at risk so this is not the ideal rate rise scenario we hoped for this is damage control .
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Jun 30, 2022 15:05
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shareholders of a company own the company. Obviously the more shares you have the more say you have. Your attitude is why Directors have got away with paying enormous salaries / bonuses/ pensions to themselves for poor performance. I want the Directors of Lloyds to put the shareholders and the share price as their number one priority.....you have a different view, that's fine. We can agree to disagree.
Nicholas Furr
Nicholas Furr Jun 21, 2022 9:37
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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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Nicholas Furr Jun 21, 2022 9:37
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yeah, I want them to increase the borrowing rates, keep the saving rates the same, make more money and give me more money in the form of dividends. What you think I own Lloyds bank shares for fun?
Faji Mack
Faji Mack Jun 21, 2022 9:37
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so they should not pass on rate rises to savers so then they take their money elsewhere and people are off high rates for lending giving them a bad reputation amougst lenders that may result in less trade and a share price that heads South even faster . great plan
 
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