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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LYG.BA)

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires Delayed price. Currency in ARS
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297.00-4.50 (-1.49%)
At close: 04:58PM ART

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  • a
    asbach
    The market could be about to tank...Do this now.For more info http://hiddenwealth.tech
  • M
    Michael
    I am sick of all the spam on yahoo! I actually try to stay off of the LYG message board now and exclusively use www.expertinvestor.club
  • J
    JetthaP
    Don't invest in something which you are not familiar with...especially cryptos!!!
  • D
    David
    FTSE 31/12/99....6,999..... FTSE 23/09/22 ...6,995...minus 4 after 22 years..
  • A
    Anonymous
    Anybody with ADR’s see the dividend
  • s
    steve
    FFS..... there's no need for this huge drop today...
  • J
    JetthaP
    Don't worry about the UK economy and least of all Lloyds! Best time to buy now!
  • e
    er
    Never thought LYG would ever get this low. It is really cheap. Will it ever rebound in my lifetime??
  • J
    John
    Bank shares have had a tumultuous time. Last week, British banks saw monumental declines across the board and Lloyds was no exception. So, here’s why the stock lost 10% of its value, and whether I’ll be adding to my current position.

    https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/10/03/heres-why-the-lloyds-share-price-is-crashing/
  • s
    steve
    Should be 50 - 60..... the profitability is there...
  • p
    pennysaver
    Noticed lately they bought back shares (bunch)..
  • J
    John
    buy now, by xmas you will ne 15% up
  • N
    Nadeem
    Will the share price reach 0.60 per share
  • s
    stanislaw
    Why is it that few days before they pay the dividend the stock goes up and after dividend is paid the stock goes down. Resulting in more shares in my account but less money in my account?
  • T
    Trumpace
    If you convert pence to dollars today, we should be at $2.20 per share. Thus, today we carry a 4% discount in pricing.
  • B
    Ben
    Bitcoin recent price action shows evidence that a bottom may be forming,
  • k
    khosrow
    why share price drop?
  • f
    frank
    should I buy more or wait for it to go lower any idea
  • e
    er
    One would think LYG is going bankrupt it is dropping so much.
  • J
    John
    As the UK’s biggest lender, I believe Lloyds shares are a sound choice for my portfolio. It earns its money from the difference in providing and earning interest from loans. This is otherwise known as net interest income.

    Interest rates are expected to go as high as 3% by 2024 as the Bank of England tries to combat inflation. As a result, the high street bank should get a top-line boost from higher lending costs, while benefiting from lower interest paid to customers. With enough cash to set aside for bad loan provisions, Lloyds doesn’t need to increase its savings rate to bring in more cash, thus allowing it to increase its profits. This was evident in the company’s latest half-year results, which saw it recording excellent numbers.

    https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/08/17/inflation-hits-10-1-5-shares-to-buy-now/