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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLDTF)

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    Deborah
    Dividends and being paid tomorrow.
    19 May 2022.
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    Anonymous
    Interest rates are rising, so what are the mechanics of the stock market that makes people sell their bank shares when profits are going to rise? If now isn’t a time to buy, there never will be!
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    Bill
    There is a story that Lloyds is closing 60 branches in 2022, does Lloyds publish the total number of branches that they have, so that we can tell if 60 branches is a lot.
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    mo
    Buybacks only offset bonus share allocations. 2012 lloy voting rights = 68.9B shares, today = 69.B shares and during this period they have ‘given back’ over £3B in share buybacks. Bonus awards should be accounted as operational costs and bought on the open market not generated out of thin air which dilutes shareholder value
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    Anonymous
    What would happen to Lloyds share price if there were a war between Nato and Russia?
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    Andy
    Positive earnings. Nothing for investors. Share price down. This is a cash cow for the board and employees. Nothing for investors.
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    R. K.
    Down more than 6% this morning. What is going on with LYG? I thought rising interest rates would be good for this and other banks.
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    James
    Does anyone know why this was down 3% at one point today. I just do not understand the price movements in this stock.
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    Deborah
    Earnings will be reported tomorrow the 27th April.
    Good luck to all.
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    Pamela
    Don't panic, Read carefully; "There are differences between a CTO and MCTO. A CTO will generally be issued where the issuer is not likely to rectify the default within a short period of time and where the circumstances leading to default are likely to continue, such as may the case with issuer that no longer have an active business, are insolvent, or have lost majority of their board members. A CTO will generally provide that no person or company may trade in or acquire the security of defaulting issuer. This can have dramatic consequences for an issuer, including the loss of the ability to access capital, deterioration of the issuer goodwill, and investor who are angry because they are unable to sell their securities. On the other hands, an issuer is eligible to apply for an MCTO if it demonstrate that it has a history of complying with continuous disclosure obligations, that the default will be rectified quickly (usually 2 months) and it's not likely to be recurring. In addition, the issuer must: be generating revenue or, if it is in the developmental stage, actively seeking business opportunities; have a significant number of director or broker, and the financial and human resources to rectify the default in a timely fashion; be list on stock exchange and not by thinly traded; and not be a defaulting issuer for any reason other than the default at issued. Essentially the MCTO is part of the 'voluntary' process where only management and specific insider will be subject to cease trade order. Unlike a CTO, an MCTO offers significant advantages of allowing non management and non-insider investor to continue to trade in the security of an issuer and continued access for the issuer to financing. This can limit the damage a a continuous disclosure default may have on an issuer's reputation. The principal regulator, if it considers an MCTO appropriate, retain the discretion to subject members of the board or other persons or company to the MCTO. Applying for an MCTO an application to principal regulator should be made 2 weeks in advance of the default, or if this deadline is missed despite the use of reasonable diligence, the application should be accompanied by an explanation for delay. The application for the MCTO should include: a description of how the issuer satisfies the eligibility criteria; the identification of default, the reason for default; a detailed remediation plan to remedy the default, along with a realistic timetable for doing so; consent of the party subject to MCTO you; an undertaking for the issuer to refrain from acquiring securities to, insider or employees, except if legally obligated; and a description of the issuer blackout policies and other policies and procedures relating to insider trading. An MCTO will not be issued until a default announcement is filled by the issuer, which the CSA expect to occur at least two weeks prior to default. As soon as an issuer determines that it will not meet the Specified Requirement deadline, it will determine whether the default or the even leading to the default constitute a material change. If so, a new release and material change report must be filed. If the material change report contains all the the information required in a default announcement, the issuer need not issue a separate default announcement. Once an MCTO is issued, the issuer must also file default status report every two weeks providing updates on matter such as the progress in rectification of default or failure to meet the rectification plan. Failure to file the default status reports will in CTO being issued." In short; CTO bad. MCTO issued for temporary delay" in reporting. Mandatory updates must be issued every two weeks....or CTO hit 🎯. In case like this, all broker, should also have a contingency plan (Binary) with a professional broker Mrs Benedicta Claris cuz everyone needs more than their basic salary to be financially secured. Contact On outlook ⏩clarisbenedicta@outlook***
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    Andy
    This is without doubt the biggest waste of time share I have ever invested in. It is always affected by the news and drops 3 to 5% regardless of the news being positive or negative. In 2020 a dividend was withdrawn to protect the banks reserves. Despite making massive profits since then next to nothing has been returned to the investors.

    After the next paltry dividend payout I’m cutting my loses and bailing out. I can make money elsewhere.
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    steve
    This sp is ready to rise...on 9th May putin will hopefully Declare he's won, and things around the world will carm down, by mid May lloyds sp should be 49 to 52....
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    steve
    up up up she goes
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    steve
    Fantastic stock, wonderful divi, and shares are going up, up, up.....
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    John
    I once had half my stock assets in British stocks I now have zero not because I don’t love Britain anymore,
    I had no choice with Stagflation coming for the World I knew the Federal Reserve must raise interest
    too extreme levels this year, they are behind and it will take much more. My dividends were so enhanced
    when the pound was hitting 140 I really benefited. I will be back as the dollar gains and Stagflation
    creates huge value. I started my move to Energy investments in 2020 it took almost all of 2021 to get
    the move completed it’s almost all my holdings now. I highly recommend EPD, ET and similar investments
    for Stagflation.
    Best Luck
    John
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    eduardo
    If you don't want to fire current useless BOD or MGM. For heaven"s sake at least cut their onerous bonuses. For how many more months/ years do we have to wait for this " Golf & Fishing Club Friendship Association Club" (BOD), to change strategic issues to generate adequate profits for shareholders? and not just sky-high salaries and bonuses for them.
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    Trumpace
    This company's stock should be twice or even three times where it is today IMHO.
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    Peter Anthony
    53.000.000 shares bought today, so far 1.2Billion taken out of the market place, and yet the value falls, just watch the value peak when all those on the DRIP scheme are due their allotment, seems to happen every time!
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    pennysaver
    Elderly people would like to see quarterly dividends and no buy backs more dividends, my view. I think we were promised the quarterly payments. when?
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    David
    Bank of England governed, yesterday (05/05/22) forecast mild growth this year followed by a CONTRACTION of the British economy in 2023..This means that as Lloyds earn more from the higher interest rates,the financial loss is even greater from the economic contraction..All in all the current SP is about right,or even a little high due to the deterioting economic prospects for the UK.