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Lloyds Banking Group Plc

Lloyds Banking Group Plc (LYG)

3.02
-0.01
(-0.33%)
Closed July 15 4:00PM
3.02
0.00
(0.00%)
After Hours: 7:54PM

Calls

StrikeBid PriceAsk PriceLast PriceMidpointChangeChange %VolumeOPEN INTLast Trade
0.502.103.100.002.600.000.00 %00-
1.001.652.401.752.0250.000.00 %07-
1.501.151.900.801.5250.000.00 %00-
2.000.901.050.900.9750.000.00 %25117/12/2024
3.000.050.100.050.0750.000.00 %1014,3807/12/2024
4.000.050.050.050.050.000.00 %03-
5.000.000.700.000.000.000.00 %00-

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Puts

StrikeBid PriceAsk PriceLast PriceMidpointChangeChange %VolumeOPEN INTLast Trade
0.500.000.050.000.000.000.00 %00-
1.000.000.050.000.000.000.00 %00-
1.500.000.050.000.000.000.00 %00-
2.000.010.050.010.030.000.00 %0920-
3.000.150.150.050.15-0.10-66.67 %121827/12/2024
4.000.501.500.001.000.000.00 %00-
5.001.502.500.002.000.000.00 %00-

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LYG Discussion

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mark5050 mark5050 2 years ago
… or maybe delayed.
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fr8 fr8 2 years ago
I used to think that if you raised interest rates the banks would go up since they make more money on loans. Everybody is raising interest rates and bank stocks are not responding. Why?
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mark5050 mark5050 3 years ago
Nice day.
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mark5050 mark5050 3 years ago
Sooner or later this should take off imo.
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fr8 fr8 3 years ago
Back in the day LYG had a great dividend and good share price. Let's hope we are headed back up.
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mark5050 mark5050 3 years ago
Finally got some this week, better late than never.
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Bunti Bunti 4 years ago
$LYG Insider ownership is 81.30% and Institution Ownership is 1.30%
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Bunti Bunti 4 years ago
$LYG Book/Share = $3.23
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RickNagra RickNagra 4 years ago
Here comes $3 wow news.
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RickNagra RickNagra 4 years ago
Here comes $7.
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RickNagra RickNagra 4 years ago
Wow $21 is quite impressive. How did Lloyd’s jump so much ? I must check my brokerage account. Time to party. With a mask of course.
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
Opening at 21
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
Banks hit in Hong Kong
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
P E ratio down
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
More like $1
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
Closed at 1.27
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
Holding at 1.26
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
We’re down to $1.27 I think it’s a good time to buy
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deanna-hopkins deanna-hopkins 4 years ago
Oh, I can’t handle the excitement! What’s up with this stock sandbagging it? Come on Loyd, get your Mary Samsonite suitcase and let’s go to Aspen! Are y’all just going to keep putting off our dividends over the Joe Biden 2020 Facemask & CV19 clan? How about writing an IOU for that Lamborghini and Flashy Colored Fury Men’s Ugg Boots? This stock’s Q3 looks like the script from Dumb & Dumber.
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
Moving up early
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daejeon daejeon 4 years ago
The stock is that $1.60, how’s the Company doing?
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Ripcord01 Ripcord01 5 years ago
This has been held down by BREXIT limbo. Once the dust settles on BREXIT this will take off.

For us Americans there are 2 important things to know. The Dividend is paid based on the British Pound. So the exchange effects the dividend. Right now the Pound is doing well against the dollar. This is why the dividend yield is high. But the pound has been held down by BREXIT. With the odds of completing BREXIT all but assured the Pound will climb higher against the dollar. 15 percent or so is the best guess I can come up with based on the pound/dollar ratio prior to the BREXIT vote.

The second thing to know is that 1 share of LYG on US exchange is equivalent to 4 shares of LLOY.GB on London Stock exchange.

All this explains why the 2 shares appear to trade out of sync with each other.

This also means that as UK economy stabilizes after BREXIT Uncertainty is over it will be extremely good for the US traded shares.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
Huge earnings.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
Wow week on deck. Sometimes I think I am talking to myself here. It’s okay cause my best friend is myself. I’m good enough I’m smart enough and dog gone it people just like me.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
Here we go.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
Looking forward to seeing $4 print soon. A solid liquid bank this Lloyd’s groyup group and everything. They measure everything in pounds. Weird casual cause pounds is weirygt wrought weight year yet they think it is currently cuttecnb currency’s. Overall I believe Lloyd’s will outperform bank of Greece.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
We ate are
Monica moving up fast, fasts . Soon to be $9. Biggest bank in uk England English speak too. Huge yuge winner here. I would definitely slap the ask . No brained bearing brains I mean brained here, brain nervous.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
Finally a good day has arrived.
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Senorbobcentury Senorbobcentury 5 years ago
Am I missing something. Seems like at this price, in this range...with this dividend this is a money making machine even if it doesn't budge past 3.50...its worth the dividend. Help me out...this is my logic.


But...past that..
I like where the company is going here. Look at the chart...Profits...an established attempt to bring back the glory days by management.
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RickNagra RickNagra 5 years ago
Sure is slow around here. Share buyback just announced. Should print $4.25 based on my patent pending algebraic algorithm.
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RickNagra RickNagra 6 years ago
Today was a sad day for two reasons. Firstly stock price fell in the 2’s. Very crappy. Secondly my dumb dog died while catching a beer truck. His name was Molson. He really liked beer. Needless to say I am quite devastated. I am sure stock price will recover. But my dog is gone. Dog gone it.
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RickNagra RickNagra 6 years ago
Where’s the beef ? The action ? The money ? The moola ? I’m beginning to think this might not be a good stock to own. Perhaps I should buy KMart ? Or Sears ?
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mark5050 mark5050 6 years ago
..dumping od the bid,..it must be "herbalife" moron...
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RickNagra RickNagra 6 years ago
Really Lloyd’s Bank is extremely unbelievable and incredibly delicious and unfortunately undervalued no doubt. Please allows me to explian how do you spell explain ? The deposits far exceeds the withdrawals. This means Lloyd will be positive. Thank about it. More moola in but less moola going out = more moola for you and I. Can you feel me ? So hey hey get ready for the $4 print real soon. Ok so now I wanna be happy to answer any questions from anyone. I am not a worlds greatest expert but I know the basics here and so should you. Yes.
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RickNagra RickNagra 6 years ago
OMG I hit hit got a filibuster dividend today 0.020 p.0.0107 gonna be rich
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RickNagra RickNagra 7 years ago
This is a solid stock to own.
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Pres46 Pres46 8 years ago
Not yet, but they sure as hell have had it walled off all day. Not allowing any upward movement at all. Every time the ask gets slapped they re-stack it.

Been one helluva war today in the 3.18-3.21 range.
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chico2663 chico2663 8 years ago
It is the same thing. When you underwrite something it means you are providing the insurance. Sid it fot 30 years until a stroke
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ANTI-BAGHOLDER ANTI-BAGHOLDER 8 years ago
CGRA Bond & Lloyds of London

Lloyds is the company that is the Underwriter for the Bond for CGRA, through its wholly-owned subsidiary CGrowth Capital Bond, Ltd.. On page 17 of the bond link below, it says… The bond issuer is insured under a variety of policies provided by underwriters at Lloyds:
http://www.cgrowthcapitalbond.com/files/6514/6904/3799/CGrowth_Capital_Bond_Ltd_Issue_1_Series_1_V2.0_7th_July_2016.pdf

It also states below on page 17… The bond issuer intends to maintain sufficient cover until maturity of all bonds to protect its obligations. …The bond issuer intends to increase cover level from time to time commensurate with its levels of obligation. …At the present date and exchange rate cover is ample for the bond issuers obligations.

https://www.lloyds.com/
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pepeoil pepeoil 8 years ago
they did not underwrite any bonds. They sold them insurance.
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pepeoil pepeoil 8 years ago
CGRA is a joke. Go back and do a little DD on them and you will see they put our ludicrous PR's. They once put out a PR touting they had 2.7 billion dollars worth of dolomite on their property. Now they are fronting a marijuana company to grow dope on their property and will allegedly collect 7 million a year in rent. LOL

The CEO has been involved for 4 or 5 years, this was a .05 when he took over and is .015 now. Run as fast as you can, they are a joke. They have promoted oil, marijuana, dolomite, some iron ore deal or something, new story yearly. LOL Never had a profitable quarter and the CEO has a history of pump and dump
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ANTI-BAGHOLDER ANTI-BAGHOLDER 8 years ago
$CGRA Bond & Lloyds of London

Lloyds is the company that is the Underwriter for the Bond for CGRA, through its wholly-owned subsidiary CGrowth Capital Bond, Ltd.. On page 17 of the bond link below, it says… The bond issuer is insured under a variety of policies provided by underwriters at Lloyds:
http://www.cgrowthcapitalbond.com/files/6514/6904/3799/CGrowth_Capital_Bond_Ltd_Issue_1_Series_1_V2.0_7th_July_2016.pdf

It also states below on page 17… The bond issuer intends to maintain sufficient cover until maturity of all bonds to protect its obligations. …The bond issuer intends to increase cover level from time to time commensurate with its levels of obligation. …At the present date and exchange rate cover is ample for the bond issuers obligations.

https://www.lloyds.com/




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Fibanotch Fibanotch 8 years ago
wow, 17 billy outstand
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GREEN MAKER GREEN MAKER 8 years ago
Short covering may start today..
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conix conix 8 years ago

The Big-Bank Bloodbath: Losses Near Half a Trillion Dollars

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The Wall Street Journal
By David Reilly
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Big banks are nearly half a trillion dollars in the hole.







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Since the start of 2016, 20 of the world’s bigger banks have lost a quarter of their combined market value. Added up, it equals about $465 billion, according to FactSet data.

Brexit isn’t all to blame. True, bank stocks have plummeted since the U.K. voted last month to leave the European Union. But they have been losing value since the start of the year, when a group of factors—the Chinese economy, the path of U.S. interest rates, oil prices—weighed on the markets.

More than pride is at stake. Sharp share-price falls will make it much more difficult, and expensive, for banks to raise capital if that is what is ultimately needed to shore up their balance sheets.

Just as bad, a serious decline in market value can breed inaction among bank executives. Instead of selling equity when they can, executives may wait for share prices to recover, only to find themselves in a worse situation as stocks drop even further.

Another potential worry: As bank share prices decline, employees get antsy. Compensation packages that include stock options or restricted stock suddenly become a lot less attractive.





To get a handle on the severity of 2016 for banks, The Wall Street Journal examined the biggest U.S., U.K. and Swiss banks, some of the biggest European ones, as well as the biggest bank in each of China and Japan.

The group included: J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Wells Fargo & Co., Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group, Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Scotland PLC, HSBC Holdings, Barclays PLC, Standard Chartered PLC, UBS Group AG, Credit Suisse Group AG, BNP Paribas SA, Credit Agricole SA, Société Générale SA, UniCredit SpA, Deutsche Bank AG, Banco Santander SA, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc.

The biggest market-value losers, in dollar terms, so far this year: Italy’s UniCredit has lost nearly two-thirds of its value; Royal Bank of Scotland has fallen around 56%; and Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and Barclays have all about halved.

Those who have lost the least: J.P. Morgan Chase and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, which are both down about 10%. In local-currency terms, share prices for all 20 banks are down year to date, except Standard Chartered, which is flat.

Despite such gloom, many banks say they don’t need to raise capital. Indeed, in the U.S. at least, the Fed’s recent bank stress tests asserted that big banks can weather particularly bad market storms. The Fed also approved plans at all the largest U.S. banks to return some capital to shareholders.

Valuations show investors aren’t feeling so confident. UniCredit, for instance, trades at about 21% of book value, a measure of a bank’s net worth, according to FactSet. Deutsche Bank trades at about 26%, or where it was during the darkest days of the financial crisis.

In fact, among the group of 20 big banks only one bank—Wells Fargo—trades at a premium to its book value. Only one other, J.P. Morgan Chase, trades near book value.

A bank trading below book value can signal that investors have questions about capital strength. It can also show markets are worried about future profitability and a firm’s ability to generate returns that exceed its cost of capital.

Plunging bond yields around the globe have exacerbated the latter concern by pressuring banks’ profit margins.

The fact that some banks are trading at less than half their book value flags even deeper concerns. Among the likely issues: A brewing battle within the EU over rules curtailing governments’ ability to bail out banks and whether those could be put on hold.

All of this has many once-mighty banks looking like shadows of their former selves. Deutsche Bank, Germany’s national banking champion and still a big player on Wall Street, now has a market value that in dollar terms is less than that of SunTrust Banks Inc., the regional U.S. bank focused on the Southeast. And the market values of UniCredit, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse combined wouldn’t equal that of Goldman Sachs—itself down about 20% this year.

Write to David Reilly at david.reilly@wsj.com
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conix conix 8 years ago


Lloyds, RBS CEOs reassure staff on strength after Brexit vote

LONDON | By Sinead Cruise and Andrew MacAskill

The chief executives of Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) moved to reassure thousands of workers that their state-backed companies would weather the turmoil sparked by Britain's decision to quit the European Union.

In separate memos sent to staff on Tuesday, Lloyds CEO Antonio Horta Osorio and RBS CEO Ross McEwan thanked staff for executing contingency plans effectively in the wake of Friday's historic result and for keeping focus on customers while sterling, stock and bond markets plummeted.

But RBS boss McEwan warned staff that Britain's decision to leave the EU has caused a range of economic uncertainties "in the short, medium and long term". RBS said on Friday it had no current plans to change where or how it operated following the vote..

The lenders -- both part-owned by the UK government since taxpayer bailouts in 2008 - saw their stock prices plunge in the two trading days following Friday's result, as investors rattled by talk of a deep recession and a string of earnings downgrades dumped bank stocks in droves. [L8N19J21X]

"We did what we do best on Friday," Horta Osorio said in the memo.

"We had robust plans in place for either outcome, and I have been immensely proud of everyone who ensured that they were delivered smoothly," he said.

Horta Osorio, who is Portuguese and has led the bank since 2011, said the bank's low-risk lending approach and historic brands had put Britain's biggest mortgage lender in a position of strength "to weather turbulence in our sector and the wider market".

McEwan, a New Zealander, noted that the result had rippled beyond markets and into "everyday exchanges between colleagues, friends and family" but called on RBS employees to remember how diversity was a major contributor to the bank's success.

"As someone born outside the UK, I see one of this country's biggest strengths as its openness to the rest of the world, and the people of it. As a major employer and backer of the economy we have a duty to ensure that we reflect that," he said.


STAKE SALES

While both executives claimed the fundamental strengths of their banks were unaffected by the vote, prospects of swift return to full private ownership have taken a significant knock.

Sources close to Britain's government say it has shelved plans to sell stakes in both banks for the rest of the year because market volatility has made it too difficult to judge whether disposals represent fair value for taxpayers. [L4N19J4BO]

The Treasury had planned to further reduce its exposure to the banks it took over during the financial crisis, by raising 9 billion pounds via sales of stock to fund managers and a discounted offer to the public.

"It is going to take quite a while for us to understand the implications for the banks before we could even consider starting to sell," one of the sources said.

Lloyds shares, which have fallen more than 25 percent since the beginning of the year, rebounded 6.7 percent to trade at 54.7 pence at 1400 GMT, almost 20 pence off the government's so-called break-even price.

RBS shares, which have fallen by more than 27 percent in the three days since the Brexit decision, gained 3 percent by 1400 GMT.
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Jfcross17 Jfcross17 8 years ago
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conix conix 8 years ago
CHART

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conix conix 8 years ago
Barclays, RBS, Lloyds Slammed by Second Day of Brexit Fallout


June 27, 2016 20:39 GMT

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Barclays PLC (NYSE:BCS) is one of the British banks hit the hardest by last week’s historic Brexit vote, with its shares trading 37 percent lower than the stock’s price before it was announced that the United Kingdom would leave the European Union. The unexpected voting results immediately sent global markets into a chaotic state of volatility, and British banking groups – in particular – took the blunt of the impact.

The main sell-offs in the market on Friday, and continuing into Monday, are in the European financial sector – and Britain’s big banks are getting the worst of it. Both Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (NYSE:RBS) had their stock halted today, after the banks’ shares dropped to their lowest levels since the financial crisis. Once their shares fell more than eight percent, circuit breakers were triggered to stop all trading of the common shares.

Barclays is down 21 percent since the market open today, RBS is down by 12 percent and Lloyds Banking Group plc (NYSE:LYG) has plunged by 18 percent. Despite the various British banks’ stock gaining in value in the days leading up to the surprising vote, the voters’ decision drove the market values of these giant financial institutions 13 percent lower – on average – in a matter of days.

At least six Wall Street analysts have slashed their ratings on the three banks mentioned above. Jefferies, for instance, cut its earnings prediction for Barclays, RBS and Lloyds into 2018, expecting “tectonic plate shifts in European bank investing.” Jefferies’ Joseph Dickerson, while not giving any predictions on the details of these shifts, said that the current state of uncertainty about Britain’s future “creates an information vacuum and is likely to impair investment appetite in the U.K.”

U.K. banks were not the only ones touched by the ripple effects of the historic Brexit. Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB), Germany’s universal banking giant, is down six percent. Switzerland-based Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS) is trading nearly nine percent lower today, and UBS (NYSE:UBS) – also a Swiss banking group – has dropped by more than eight percent since the market open this morning.

The hysteria surrounding the Brexit can be felt almost everywhere. European stock indexes dropped yet again today. The FTSE 100 fell by over three percent, and major averages in Germany, Italy and France sunk by more than two percent. The sell-off was not contained within Europe, however, as the DOW is down 1.65 percent and the S&P 500 has tumbled by just under two percent.

The impact on the British pound (GBP) is also a major factor in the beating that British banks have taken since the Brexit results sunk in. The UK’s currency has dropped another four percent to just $1.32 today. According to George Soros, who forecasted a drop in the value of the GBP if the voters approved leaving the European Union, is warning that the whole EU is going to unravel.

Some, however, are embracing a calmer outlook. The British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, attempted to reassure Britons as the hectic market absorbed the Brexit announcement. In his first remarks after the voting results came in, Osborne said today: “You should not underestimate our resolve. We were prepared for the unexpected.”
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conix conix 8 years ago
Take your bets for a rebound. The world is not coming to an end.
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