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47.59 -0.46    -0.96%
16/06 - Closed. Currency in GBP ( Disclaimer )
  • Prev. Close: 47.59
  • Open: 47.88
  • Day's Range: 47.50 - 48.42
Type:  Equity
Market:  United Kingdom
ISIN:  GB0008706128 
SEDOL:  0870612
Lloyds Banking 47.59 -0.46 -0.96%
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Faji Mack
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Phil Ball
Phil Ball Jun 09, 2021 11:40
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I'm confused. Only good news and target price raised but steady decrease in share price??
Robert Chatfield
Robelingles Jun 09, 2021 11:40
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Me too. Makes no sense. Maybe because it has bounced off 50 p several times, triggers shorters
simon stirling
simon stirling Jun 09, 2021 11:40
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over the last 2 sessions this is on par with Barclays bank, there are concerns in the market overall, both Dow and FTSE, yes lloyds seems to have hit a roof here for now, it's had a sustained rise over the passed couple months, stocks never move up in a straight line, if your really concerned maybe sell, but I'm going to hold here, I still believe with rising interest rates, a powerful housing market, potential further draw downs on the covid funds set aside. there is plenty of long-term positives.
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simon stirling Jun 09, 2021 11:40
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oh not to mention hopefully full divided reinstatement very soon, just to offset this slightly, with stamp duty break, furlough scheme both wrapping up soon, there are still some negatives to negotiate but I still think 60-65p is very achievable.
Vikas Walia
Vikas Walia Jun 01, 2021 14:17
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hello guys can i buy on 50 level.
James Olojo
James Olojo Jun 01, 2021 14:17
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you can analysts think it could hit 60p but if l were you l would wait for the dips you can get it for 48 if you are patient enough.
Anon Anon
Anon Anon Jun 01, 2021 9:23
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Nice to see it back above 50
bob sharman
bob sharman May 28, 2021 16:32
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albeit!! just a dream!
rusty largo
rustylargo May 28, 2021 8:31
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at last 50 shiny pennies
Steve Hackett
Steve Hackett May 28, 2021 8:31
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Need another 30p rise please
James Mahan
James Mahan May 25, 2021 10:32
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Companies have hiked charges for goods to try and make up their losses from the Pandemic. It should be the same for companies who had their dividends ordered to be stopped by the authorities start increasing divi payouts to their long suffering shareholders.
rusty largo
rustylargo May 25, 2021 8:01
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50p today 25th may 2021
Shane Atkins
Shane Atkins May 20, 2021 16:39
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Looking at £0.75 for the end of the year. The potential is pretty big here.
David Sherratt
David Sherratt May 20, 2021 15:00
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Unfortunately it’s only .57p not £
David Flynn
David Flynn May 20, 2021 13:18
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Can somone help me. Dividend payment is £0.57 per share. I own 6250 shares in total. Why the *****am I only receing a payment of £35.62. Am I calculating wrong or am I being robbed? .....
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Des Fry
Des Fry May 20, 2021 13:18
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divi payment is 0.57p per share not £0.57. So 6250*0.057 = £356.25
Des Fry
Des Fry May 20, 2021 13:18
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correction 6250*0.0057 typo
Daniel Waghorn
Daniel Waghorn May 20, 2021 13:18
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The above is incorrect. It would be 6250 *0.0057. The above calculation would be if the dividends were 5.7p per share. £35.62 is the correct dividends
Shane Atkins
Shane Atkins May 20, 2021 13:18
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You are right and the div isnt great. Give it a year or two and itll be back to 2019 levels.
simon stirling
simon stirling May 20, 2021 13:18
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The dividend they gave was the maximum allowed. at the moment they are capped.
Richard Chapman
Richard Chapman May 17, 2021 7:14
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58p target by credit suisse i think itll settle around the 65p level this year as things improve
Vikas Walia
Vikas Walia May 17, 2021 7:14
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Richard will this go 50p by the end of this week
Vikas Walia
Vikas Walia May 14, 2021 12:32
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today after 15.00hr may be more buying in Lloyd. It will touch £49.50 level next week £52
Faji Mack
Faji Mack May 14, 2021 12:32
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that's Very optimistic unless you mean 52 pence.
Chris Higgins
Chris Higgins May 14, 2021 12:32
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Why will it?
Steve Hackett
Steve Hackett May 14, 2021 9:44
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Will they make the 50p by the end of the month
simon stirling
simon stirling May 14, 2021 9:44
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it's showing real strength here today, if the dow/ftse can remain positive I see no reason why it can't.
Ayeni Samuel Ope
Ayeni Samuel Ope May 14, 2021 9:44
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Beautiful
rusty largo
rustylargo May 10, 2021 9:23
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we are flying now guys and gals, over the mooon my portfolio is once again beginning to look nice
simon stirling
simon stirling May 10, 2021 9:23
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pleased for you Rusty!
Pankaj Rajput
Pankaj Rajput May 09, 2021 9:02
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**buying
Pankaj Rajput
Pankaj Rajput May 09, 2021 9:02
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rumour is Lloyds is being a sav and investment specialist Embark Group to diversify...watch this space!!
James Mahan
James Mahan May 07, 2021 8:03
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Long term winner.
simon stirling
simon stirling May 07, 2021 8:03
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I'm very much enjoying this very stable and consistent bull run, I'm sure it will test 50p soon, yes it's been painfully slow, however, easy cash with minimal risk is perfect.
neil macvicar
neil macvicar May 05, 2021 18:18
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Long slow riser
Woon soo Lee
Woon soo Lee May 05, 2021 3:44
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52week high bullish sentiments again volatility trading these weeks 2021st
Faji Mack
Faji Mack May 05, 2021 1:16
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DULL
Daren Riseley
Daren Riseley May 04, 2021 13:52
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Credit Suisse &JpM ups there forcasts on Lloyds
Richard Chapman
Richard Chapman May 04, 2021 8:03
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They have declared a divi heading to 50p big rise first thing
Craig Nelson
Craig Nelson May 02, 2021 23:50
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Plus NO DIVIDEND where's the upside???
Craig Nelson
Craig Nelson May 02, 2021 23:50
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Is anyone buying at this level? I only see value sub 40p Lloyd's are exposed to terrific UK personal and mortgaged debts... Have you all forgotten the Furlough schemes and people getting used to getting paid for staying at home.... Debts - BANCRUPTCY and defaults will start to happen with all UK Banking and it will Be painfull..... The credit crash will. Pail into insignificance....... SELL move into OIL and Travel Stocks for post pandemic recovery
Alan Cardwell
Alan Cardwell May 02, 2021 23:50
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you've missed the boat on travel stocks. you should have bought those last year.......
 
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