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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLDTF)

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At close: 02:14PM EDT

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  • D
    David
    FTSE 31/12/99....6,999..... FTSE 23/09/22 ...6,995...minus 4 after 22 years..
  • s
    steve
    FFS..... there's no need for this huge drop today...
  • B
    BARNYAK
    I am staying far away from LYG - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at http://www.expertinvestor.club
  • A
    Anonymous
    Anybody with ADR’s see the dividend
  • s
    steve
    Should be 50 - 60..... the profitability is there...
  • N
    Nadeem
    Will the share price reach 0.60 per share
  • s
    stanislaw
    Why is it that few days before they pay the dividend the stock goes up and after dividend is paid the stock goes down. Resulting in more shares in my account but less money in my account?
  • T
    Trumpace
    If you convert pence to dollars today, we should be at $2.20 per share. Thus, today we carry a 4% discount in pricing.
  • B
    Ben
    Bitcoin recent price action shows evidence that a bottom may be forming,
  • k
    khosrow
    why share price drop?
  • G
    GORAY
    I cannot wait to open my http://the-alphatrader.com/ email each day! I know it has some of the best stock picks out there. Their watchlists are a HUGE help!
  • f
    frank
    should I buy more or wait for it to go lower any idea
  • J
    John
    As the UK’s biggest lender, I believe Lloyds shares are a sound choice for my portfolio. It earns its money from the difference in providing and earning interest from loans. This is otherwise known as net interest income.

    Interest rates are expected to go as high as 3% by 2024 as the Bank of England tries to combat inflation. As a result, the high street bank should get a top-line boost from higher lending costs, while benefiting from lower interest paid to customers. With enough cash to set aside for bad loan provisions, Lloyds doesn’t need to increase its savings rate to bring in more cash, thus allowing it to increase its profits. This was evident in the company’s latest half-year results, which saw it recording excellent numbers.

    https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/08/17/inflation-hits-10-1-5-shares-to-buy-now/
  • i
    imbroke
    looking for a little dividend info, which it appears that everyone else is too. is there a foreign fee if you live in the usa? looks like a good stock without the dividend, but still would like solid info.....

    thank you
  • B
    Bern
    It’s heading south again this morning 😩
  • B
    Brendan
    Where is the much vaulted quarterly dividend ? Still too many shares in circulation and no policy on buyback . CEO needs to be more up front . Poor share performance and unlikely to exceed 50p by end of the year . Still has a lot to do
  • N
    Neil Richards
    what dividend is Lloyds now going to pay
  • T
    Trumpace
    I did let Yahoo know about the 52-week low being incorrect. They just answered me and will be handing the information to their engineers. So hopefully it gets corrected soon.