Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY)

0.5811
-0.0032(-0.55%)
  • Volume:
    195,407
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.5661/0.5811
  • Day's Range:
    0.5608 - 0.5855
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB0008706128
  • WKN:871784

LLOY Overview

Prev. Close
0.5843
Day's Range
0.5608-0.5855
Revenue
-
Open
0.5855
52 wk Range
0.2878-0.5899
EPS
-
Volume
195,407
Market Cap
41.58B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
45,757
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
96.07%
Shares Outstanding
70,987,262,993
Next Earnings Date
-
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Lloyds Banking Group PLC Analysis

Technical Summary

Type
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Moving AveragesStrong BuyStrong BuyBuy
Technical IndicatorsStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong Buy
SummaryStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong Buy

Lloyds Banking Group PLC Company Profile

Lloyds Banking Group PLC Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
61576

LLOYDS BANKING GROUP plc financial services company, which provides a range of banking and financial services, focused on personal and commercial customers. The Company’s major business activities are retail, commercial and corporate banking, general insurance, and life, pensions and investment provision. The Company’s services are offered through its brands, including Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Bank of Scotland, and Scottish Widows. Its Retail segment offers a broad range of financial service products to personal and business banking customers, including current accounts, savings, mortgages, credit cards, unsecured loans, motor finance and leasing solutions. Its Commercial banking segment provides clients with a range of products and services such as lending, transaction banking, working capital management, risk management and debt capital markets services. Insurance and Wealth segment offers insurance, investment and wealth management products and services.

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  • Hopefully on a steady rise to 90p the long term shareholders deserve it.
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    • Lloyd is one surprise stock
      0
      • 48.52p had a large holding waiting for lows, great divi opportunity
        8
        • Will Lloyds ever see the high of 2008 over £2 ?the way it's slowly moving up i can see it hitting 70p-80p before 2022 rolls in.
          0
          • I'm thinking 60p by end of next year tbh
            0
        • waiting for sub 40p to get back in as a defensive stock... busy buying OIL shares... Petrofac and BP
          13
          • based on what exactly ?
            6
            • Value investing principles
              0
          • Uk bank stocks are still undervalued. Lloy, hsba, Stan, stb.
            2
            • Lloyds a solid bank, with solid growth potential.
              1
              • perhaps this is the last chance to get on board at these crazy level. LLOYDS is perhaps one of the best banks around to invest in. expect a very sharp turnaround towards 60p level, certainly by the end of this year.
                4
                • what is your assessment based on ?
                  1
                • interest rate hike coming this year, pick up on economic activities only a good news for Lloyds and business, covid under control, business loans are increasing, rental market even stronger as house prices will persist to be strong and you know Lloyds new venture is rental. on top of all that it has a healthy balance sheet, good profit will be reported and divi will go up for sure... All these will add to share price rise ...actually much stronger than people originally thought. Sorry for the long reply. good luck
                  0
              • this will double from this point in less than 12 months this year you will see 55p by the end of the year. (at least)inflation up, sooner or later interest rate will be up and rental market are booming, lloyds will surprise everyone. this level is a bargain price.
                1
                • Someone in? I don't know very well this market, what is better for invest HSBC or Standard Chartered?
                  4
                  • Lloyds have to be a takeover target at these prices.
                    3
                    • Wouldn't surprise me
                      0
                  • bullish!!
                    2
                    • Usually after a house buying stimulus follows the opposite happens and housing market nose dives. That maybe why Lloyd's is suffering, also it used to have a very good dividend and seems intent on keeping its money for house purchases.
                      3
                      • The only thing that will impact house prices in a negative way is rising interest rates.
                        0
                    • wheels up!!!
                      1
                      • This stock used to smash it a few months back it hit 0.49 + very close to 50p . Not sure what happened . Economy is opening so l expected Lloyd's to prosper
                        0
                        • is Lloyds a take over
                          7
                          • Doesn't seem to be much takeover activity in banking sector.
                            0
                        • will this stock cross 50 level in 2021?
                          0
                          • God I hope so...
                            0
                          • it will cross 55p THIS YEAR
                            0
                        • Ex-Divided today
                          0
                          • With the comments, which have been fully digested, Lloyds seemingy are being hit hardest, yet their performance out weighs their peers, pound for pound. As with all stocks, they can be talked down with negative comments, for which I am sure we will all concur? Craig, I read and listen to your views which are “non” bull_?^T comments 👍🏻
                            1
                            • Forecast not too good for Lloyd's downgraded to SELL from neutral.. Just feel this company is not "agile".. Now 45p wait for selling
                              0
                              • Goldman’s downgraded , divi announced still drifts lower Sold out looking to get back in lower down sub 40p
                                0
                              • Daren Riseleygood luck on getting in sub 40
                                0
                              • From a macroeconomic perspective there seems to be a lot going on in the shadow banking system. Yields declining, 2 new repo facilities opened (provide liquidity) and reverse repo going mental. JPMORGAN holding a large amount of cash. There is a rumbling in the banking system. Watching with interest for the sales. Pun intended
                                0
                            • one step forward ten step backwards this is the story
                              0
                              • 47p it could stick at this level for sometime... Long term you will benefit but how long do you hold???
                                0
                                • Huge half year profits dividends up eveybody buy buy buy and the shares hardly move....
                                  1
                                  • what we buy as small investors will have no bearing on share price The move only comes when institutional investors comes in, your buy here or another thousands of other investor will hard get this going up. but this will head towards 60p mark this year for several good reasons if you study the market, economy, fundamentals, demands, and of course post covid effects. Good luck.
                                    0
                                • Maybe down due to the news of misleading customers over insurance renewals.
                                  6
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