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- foxking 15:37:48 31/10/2014
- Smartypanfs I guess it's because Lloyd's Leverage ratio was already 4.7 at the end of September and I think Barclays was only 3.7 , then it's almost like a relief rally for Barc now that there's more time to get 'up to scratch'
- gotnorolex 08:21:42 31/10/2014
- 29 Oct JP Morgan... 95.00 Overweight 29 Oct Deutsche Bank 97.00 Buy 28 Oct Numis 97.00 Buy 28 Oct Investec 86.00 Buy 28 Oct Espirito... 70.00 Sell 28 Oct Deutsche Bank 95.00 Buy 27 Oct Numis 97.00 Buy 27 Oct Credit Suisse 72.00 Neutral 27 Oct Espirito... 70.00 Sell 27 Oct Jefferies... 69.00 Underperform
- dudley nightshade 10:50:41 29/10/2014
- It's about time the banks took a stand on these PPI claims,a good proportion of which are clearly fraudulent.A short while ago I was listening to Smooth Radio(sad I know)whilst her indoors was trawling in a supermarket and there was an advert from one of these PPI bandits stating that supporting paperwork for a claim was not always necessary.Make what you will of that.
- Snakehips 10:43:01 29/10/2014
- Exactly that 'diku' Since June in fact. In around 71/72/73 and out around 75/76/77. Around 45,000 shares each time, back in yesterday at 74 after results, little and often - Not interested in those who condemn the city for its rigged/mal-practices. Just open your eyes and ride the wave. After all that's all us mortals can really do anyway!
- Benchmark 09:07:39 29/10/2014
- Lloyds have been upgraded by Deutsche Bank with a new target price of 97p (previously 95p). (I don't have a link - I receive a daily list of broker recommendations from Guardian Stockbrokers.) Ooops - just see jordaggy has it.
- bbalanjones 08:19:34 29/10/2014
- Why does most of the Media emphasise that Lloyds "Last branch in town' promise has been abandoned, yet the reality of the net 150 Branch downsizing is Urban and not rural? Is it maybe poor language skills?
- cm44 16:40:54 28/10/2014
- Lloyds only just cleared the hurdle of the European stress test. How on earth is it going to clear the mountain that is the UK stress test with its totally ridiculous set of "possible circumstances"? How can anyone here be remotely positive between now and 16/12? RBS had a better pass result than us!,gimmee a break Maaan.
- extrovert 14:30:58 28/10/2014
- Markets are fixed by the money men, the can do as they please knowing regulators will turn a blind eye, just the odd prosecution to keep the media happy. If everything was above board where would we be? no news for the media/brokers etc and no big profits from insider info.
- UtyINV 12:01:50 28/10/2014
- Mr E, If anyone will not engage in discussion or logic it's yourself. You can be very aggressive if anyone differs from your view. As for who can take AH's place....I am not in the business of recruitment. Please remain polite, it costs nothing.
- ianood 11:59:01 28/10/2014
- UI - you seem to have missed the point that the payment of a divi was taken out of the hands of the Board by the Regulator. When AHO spoke of resuming dividends the payment of divi was controlled entirely by the Board only, however, our glorious regulator chose to use the Govt stake and intervene and pee on the fireworks.
- mr.elbee 11:56:34 28/10/2014
- so you ARE prepared to compensate us all when the share price dives as a result of your views? and who is your alternative? and it is NOT any other company...you can keep saying "only an employee" till the cows come home...but since you wont engage with the points I made ,all I can infer is that you have joined some strange repetitive cult. FILTERED [OF NO VALUE AT ALL]
- ianood 11:32:52 28/10/2014
- mr.elbee agree with you entirely, only overstatement AHO made was when he said divis would be 70% of profit - seemed a tad aggressive at the time especially with the benefit of hindsight and regulators. With both hands manacled he has done a first class job.