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Lloyds announced something like £5bn extra in deposit accounts.

The sum of all ISA saving is only £3.7bn - so where on earth are lloyds getting their cash?

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Lloyds announced something like £5bn extra in deposit accounts.

The sum of all ISA saving is only £3.7bn - so where on earth are lloyds getting their cash?

Perhaps they've got a new depositor called Merv?

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Lloyds announced something like £5bn extra in deposit accounts.

Must be those wonderfully effective Halifax adverts with disc jockeys, "yeh, yeh, yeh"

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I whacked some money into a savings account that pays a fairly low rate of interest, but one which pays it monthly, I have an interest free loan coming to an end soon, so I need some money set aside to cover it. In September the debt and savings will evaporate.

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Lloyds announced something like £5bn extra in deposit accounts.

The sum of all ISA saving is only £3.7bn - so where on earth are lloyds getting their cash?

Maybe it was in their good bank?

Don't they have their own good banks, bad banks, awful banks, dreadful banks, zombie banks etc. If you have a large enough carpet to sweep things under and good set of number crunchers a bank can achieve anything with their figures and magic money up all over the place.

Didn't one of the Irish banks magic up some money just for a day when they needed it?

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
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      • up 5%



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