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One thing that’s been a constant for the last 10 or so years has been poor interest rates. Finally starting to hear whispers of inflation and possible rate rises. Next couple years should be very interesting to watch…. Just as long as the BOE stops printing money (QE)
Come on 50. That’s the first hurdle to overcome. I started adding again to my holdings last week. I will wait for the next quarterly report and maybe buy some more.
I think we are about to to see some more positive movement.
Getting over that 50 hurdle seems more and more difficult. It looked Lloyd’s last two quarters were vast improvements over the past. What’s happening that we are not privy to?
Does anyone know the date for Q3 reporting? Thanks.
It’s time for and LYG break out immediately over 3 then 5’s and double digits next year everything is going to line up and return LYG to its former glory and all time highs it took BAC a decade to do this the learning curve for LYG will be a 3rd of that and they are well on their way. Take a look at the charts and history. This will be a massive story, see you back at the top. I’m loading up! Not investment advice.
To another excellent week gentleman.
The banks showing share price resilience..l suspect at greater prospect of higher interest rates
it looks like it’s stumbling down and not jumping up. What’s happening now?
i liked the after hours jump!
FT reporting that first rate rise will be by Dec
Lloyds is cheap right now. Buy buy buy, claim the dividend in the meantime and in a few months or a year the stock will give you some capital appreciation.
Solid company fundamentals, its definitely a buy.
What a fantastic idea. Lloyd’s should link up with one of the tec giants to really move the business on. Show some proactive thinking Mr CEO.
It would be good to see these return to their usual 50-60 range that they floated around pre pandemic but I am not sure what impact inflation might have on them for the near distant future
this is not a good investment had it for 10 years still losing
JPM CHASE, GOLDMAN SACHS moving in thoughts?
Sell it if you like, I hold lloyds since last year, and I will happly wait for its price to reach its extreme high, in the meantime I am getting dividens which can only go up.
Reading the past comments , looks to me that there's a trust deficit in the management of this bank and a great disappointment to many!! Buck up guys...make the bank a worthwhile investment.
Anyone want to buy my Oct 15 $3.00 calls? I hear they make fine wallpaper......
I really hope you bought yesterday
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