Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Shamil, May 22, 2011.
sold 1 share.
Share in what?
(I know your business, but what is it)
Three shares in Lloyds was transferred to me by a member of my family. It hit an all-time high on Friday. I sold it. 66,600p -> 72,000p. Not too bad.
previous close 690? hax!
Nice! How much did you get for the share?
72,000p as the picture explains. I don't know whether the stock system is faulty, but that's a massive % increase.
are you checking the right stock ?
Oops, completely forgot there was a picture up there. My bad.
That is a massive % increase...
I wish I could add some extra zero's too my stock lol
Doesnt look right at all.
The % change is wrong; 208% should be.
As erich posted, what are you looking at? http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/q?s=LLPG.L
I am looking at http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/q?s=LLPF.L
Looks like it went from almost a mortgage payment to just about a house. Nice...don't spend it all in one place now yah hear.
Cool, grats Though I can't seem to verify this anywhere, and it is a suspiciously big jump.
Though it's p not £ :/
Ahh well then...I should refrain from doing business before coffee is what I have just learned Still 10,334% is just a stupid (local for ridiculous) increase and the % is something I can say I have never really seen.
By all of my calculations, I am not getting a 10k% increase.
How do you figure...what am I not getting here?
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