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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLOY.L)

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46.12-0.08 (-0.17%)
As of 8:57AM BST. Market open.
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    RayDongChong
    Great news, went from negative 0.6 billion profit to positive 3.9 billion a 4.5 billion swing or something like 750% increase from a year ago. Reinstated interim dividends. Acquiring another company. Entered the private real estate business, still holding billions in cash for credit impairment reserves. ALL GREAT NEWS! but yeah, lets go negative with the stock price. Such BS.
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    David O
    Why are so many people bleating about share price drop post report
    Most share prices drop following positive reports.
    Tesla last week is a good example
    Do you think big investors don’t know a good report is imminent ?
    Of course they do so they buy shares, and bump the price up .also investors buy shares betting on the dividend payout they may receive as new investors. 50% of share buying is emotion it’s not all science
    The price will recover in a week and climb to its proper value over time
    I bought today and sacrificed the dividend for a lower price !!
    Be calm people 🙏
    This is a steal and a great long term buy 👍
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    Friday
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    John
    -2% after announcing great results...what would have the reaction have neen if they'd posted a loss ?
  • h
    hugo
    joke dividend again, wheres the special payment to give back some of what was snatched away last year?
  • s
    steve
    Why, why why....so much good news and we lose 2%.....
  • R
    Richard
    A very, very disappointing dividend.. At this rate it could take 10 years to reach pre COVID payouts and when are we getting these quarterly dividends.
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    jim
    Blackstone, Carlyle Group and other buyout firms are bidding for U.K. publicly listed companies at a faster rate than they have in years. The reason: Post-Brexit Britain is one of the few markets where investors think big assets are going for cheap.
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    Andy
    Only LLOY.L can post positive news and go down. Have decided to slowly cash these in over next few years. It’s a dead dog.
  • R
    R. K.
    This could a big news if you are counting on bonus payment from Lloyds Bank this quarter. LYG is now free from governmental restriction about how much bonus it could pay to share holders. Cheers!
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/lloyds-natwest-hsbc-barclays-share-price-bank-of-england-guardrails-dividends-share-buybacks-financial-stability-report-pra-085902494.html
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    Perry
    I think it's time to give up on LYG and the UK in general.
  • N
    Nadeem
    How much divided do you think Lloyds will pay at the end of July
  • R
    Richard
    Anyone know if Lloyds will now push forward with their plan to pay dividends quarterly.
  • a
    azaragovia
    LLOY has 70.9 billion outstanding shares and LYG (US) has 17.7 billions shares why is such a difference?
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    er
    By the looks of the stock movement today not many are expecting a good quarterly report tomorrow.
  • A
    AD
    his last prediction came true... let's hope he is right this time...91p.

    https://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/lloyds-bank-shares-could-double-scenario-ii520728
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    azaragovia
    Why are the shares going down?
    I had much different expectations
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    pennysaver
    Has a lot of shares out there 17 plus b