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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLOY.L)

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35.76-0.03 (-0.07%)
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    stanislaw
    In about 10 years of holding LYG shares I have lost about $10K. This Bank is a joke
  • M
    Mark
    Hi Board...new here..just kicking tires. What is the bull case for this case for this stock? Thanks in advance.
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    handy
    So decided to take the plunge in to this today bought in at 36 think it’s over sold and bit like financial crisis overtime the banks will rebound they always do unless they go bust and this one won’t biggest bank in UK by customers and safe mortgage book. Anyway TWT (Time Will Tell) 😂 but one for 5 years minimum
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    bjorn
    imo, $3.50/share ($70B market cap) some time this 2021? any thoughts?
  • A
    Andrew
    Loading up the boat on Lloyd’s, get ready for a 2x bagger this year as the UK economy bounces back and a post Brexit UK thrives.

    The bank was already massively undervalued. I wouldn’t be surprised to see 75p a share this year.

    The new CEO is also a great pick!
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    John
    Bought a tiny bit more today, expect the addition of any amount of dividend to add a quick 10% hopefully
    in the near future.
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    tegel
    Have you fear dividends will be here looking at the 49p range once it’s been enforced
  • h
    handy
    Every time I think this can’t go lower proves me wrong ahhh
  • J
    JoeG
    Well,so far we have a one point six billion dollar profit, it’s getting better
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    David
    By far the single biggest negative issue for Britain is the value of the pound...Once it drops appreciably everything becomes much more expensive for industry to purchase,leading to higher prices for public,higher inflation and higher wages..In the end it is unsustainable and unemployment starts to increase..95% of the reason the pound has collapsed is not Covid,or lockdown but because of industrial fears of impending no deal BREXIT..
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    lakeside
    So could this be going down cos financial services were not included in the Brexit deal? Personally, this was a bad deal signed by Boris if our financial services were not allowed to trade with the EU as part of the deal.
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    Peter
    At last a deal, after 4 years, 2 prime ministers, we can move on. 'take back control' will be the next challenge...
  • K
    K
    this stock is the last great recovery available. small cap financials are recovering now...this and other large caps will follow suit when the normal returns and Brexit settles. recovery is $3 give or take. rates will inch up.
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    Artur
    EU is going to run vendetta against UK financial sector. Give it 2 months. The current price is going to be crushed even further. UK market is weak, companies struggle, debt is rising as well as bankruptcies. Not a great recepie for financial profits.
  • c
    chevy
    Was in at 28 could of caught her at 23 !!!! Still a lot of gains to be made here i think and its safe !
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    woodcrest
    There will never be a hard Brexit... That's just a negotiating tactic used to scare the pants off EU negotiators... LYG shares drop like a rock every time someone threatens a hard Brexit... That's your signal to BUY MORE CHEAP SHARES!!!
  • S
    Strumdatjag
    Boris announces the Christmas Brexit Deal. Glad tidings. I wish I had bought Barclays too
  • J
    John
    For Americans the Pound going up really helps, love it on my IMBBY shares.
    When LYG can pay dividends again stock will make a big jump.
    Best to All
    John
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    paul
    Read somewhere that regulators could allow lloyds to reinstate dividend of 1.2% or so for 2021. Any news when this may occur?
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    AD
    will this pop on Tuesday or is the news already baked in ?