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What do the Lloyds Q3 Results show?

To continue the positive feedback we have received from our videos to date, we got our Head Analyst Ravi Lockyer to dissect and discuss with you the Q3 results released today by Lloyds.

The video is created with both Ravi and Wayne Collins, Director and co-founder of CSS, discussing the results and what this means for both the stock and the financial sector as a whole.

Since Lloyds has been in the spotlight recently with a lot of excitement over the share sale which is expected in Spring 2016, today’s results caused the stock to drop off almost 4.5% at its low, we wanted to identify what this could mean for the future of this stock and what to watch for.

 

Enjoy the discussion and make sure to register your interest in the Lloyds Share Sale if you haven’t yet had chance, you can find that link here.

If you have any particular stocks that you would like to have analysed by Wayne and Ravi, leave your suggestions in the comments below.

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  1. John Lim says:

    Useful/helpful to listen to.

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