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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLDTF)

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  • j
    jimmy
    The last financial crisis decimated the stock and the slow comeback was halted by Brexit and then the pandemic and the halting of dividend basically drove the stock below its intrinsic value in the market. The BOE accommodating policy with better visibility is helping the stock moving in the right direction and I applaud those that added in the doom and gloom. The dividend returning will attract more new and existing investors. Looking forward to a better second half of 2021 and beyond. God Bless and stay well.
  • A
    AD
    nice. it broke through the resistance at 47.7. the next stop is 55. there will be some excitement at 50 though. let's see
  • s
    steve
    Today...£1.9 BILLION profits...this is a sleeping giant, 45p is to low....55p-60p is about what it should be..
  • R
    Ricky
    There’s your acquisition Lloyd is buying Embark !!!
  • j
    jimmy
    I followed LYG and DB on my list of stocks. DB has literally doubled from its low and LYG is just slowly moving up. I know there are a lot of LYG shares and they are much bigger in market cap compared to DB. LYG is starting to pay dividends again so I am a little "confused" as to why the stock is not moving upwards more compared to DB which has not yet reinstated their dividend. Thoughts. God Bless and stay well.
  • s
    steve
    That's more like it 47p today....should be 50p by Friday....
  • s
    steve
    Should be at least 50p today......
  • W
    Wayne
    Waiting on $2.70 in the next 30 days. Then it’s new truck time. Cash is King.
  • N
    Nadeem
    How much dividend do you think Lloyds will be giving for Q1
  • P
    Perry
    I would assume a deal of this magnitude was begun under AHO and was just finalized by the new CEO?
  • j
    jimmy
    LYG looks like it is ready to move up. A dividend is now back. I was looking at the number of quality holders and if these professional institutions see fit to own LYG, it gives me some extra confidence that I am holding a quality name who has gone through a very rough patch. God Bless and stay well. See below.
    Top Institutional Holders
    Holder Shares Date Reported % Out Value
    JP Morgan Chase & Company 42,542,277 Dec 30, 2020 0.24% 83,382,862
    Macquarie Group Limited 29,260,492 Dec 30, 2020 0.16% 57,350,564
    Mondrian Investment Partners Ltd 24,678,556 Dec 30, 2020 0.14% 48,369,969
    Northern Trust Corporation 15,255,048 Dec 30, 2020 0.09% 29,899,894
    Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 11,298,735 Dec 30, 2020 0.06% 22,145,520
    Jane Street Group, LLC 11,170,774 Dec 30, 2020 0.06% 21,894,717
    CIBC Private Wealth Group, LLC 10,294,843 Dec 30, 2020 0.06% 20,177,892
    Dimensional Fund Advisors LP 7,268,696 Dec 30, 2020 0.04% 14,246,644
    Morningstar Investment Services, Inc. 6,042,122 Dec 30, 2020 0.03% 11,842,559
    FMR, LLC 5,146,044 Dec 30, 2020 0.03% 10,086,246
  • P
    Perry
    The UK economy is roaring back according to the news today. What's going on with the Banks then? Big drop yesterday and flat today.
  • e
    er
    Looks good in London right now. We are slowly crawling back but we have a long haul to get where we were before the global financial crisis. That’s when I bought in thinking in a few years Lloyds will be back around 40/share and I was going to have a nice retirement. Well here we are and I know there are some others waiting like me. My kids will at least be happy and pleasantly surprise that I held on.
  • R
    Ricky
    Despite the news there is still quite a bit of selling
  • D
    Daniel
    anyone have an idea on how the new mortgage policies will affect the share price?
  • j
    jim
    LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC (ADR) (LYG) is a large-cap growth stock in the Regional Banks industry. The rating according to our strategy based on Peter Lynch changed from 0% to 89% based on the firm’s underlying fundamentals and the stock’s valuation. A score of 80% or above typically indicates that the strategy has some interest in the stock and a score above 90% typically indicates strong interest.
  • A
    Andy
    Massive profit but no sign of implementing last years missing dividend to thank the investors who stuck by them. Disappointing not to hear even a small hand back.
  • j
    jim
    Lloyds Banking shares favoured again, this time by Barclays
  • e
    er
    This morning is going to be a good day.. some of us have waited many years for Lloyds to finally come back from the global financial meltdown. It might be time to buy some more shares.
  • P
    Perry
    So the UK government is offering lenders protection when providing mortgages to 1st time home buyers woth a minimum of 5 % down. I think this is nuts on the government side but would think it would be good for the banks. Where is the pop in UK bank stocks?