LLOY.L - Lloyds Banking Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
62.12
+0.76 (+1.24%)
At close: 4:38PM BST
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Previous close61.36
Open61.75
Bid61.30 x 2429200
Ask65.00 x 2154700
Day's range61.60 - 62.36
52-week range60.50 - 72.68
Volume119,603,520
Avg. volume195,542,172
Market cap44.56B
Beta0.15
PE ratio (TTM)11.95
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.03 (4.97%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-19
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters2 days ago

    British lawmakers call for probe of Lloyds, KPMG over HBOS fraud

    The call by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Fair Business Banking comes after the publication online on Tuesday of an internal 2013 report alleging serious misconduct by the lender over the handling and disclosure of the fraud. The lawmakers said allegations that HBOS had concealed the fraud, one of Britain's worst-ever banking scandals that saw six people jailed for a total of 47 years last year, should be subject to "full, forensic and expeditious investigations by regulators". A Lloyds spokeswoman reiterated the bank's statement on Tuesday that the internal 2013 report had been provided to Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and to the police in 2014.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    British lawmakers call for probe of Lloyds, KPMG over HBOS fraud

    The call by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Fair Business Banking comes after the publication online on Tuesday of an internal 2013 report alleging serious misconduct by the lender over the handling and disclosure of the fraud. The lawmakers said allegations that HBOS had concealed the fraud, one of Britain's worst-ever banking scandals that saw six people jailed for a total of 47 years last year, should be subject to "full, forensic and expeditious investigations by regulators". A Lloyds spokeswoman reiterated the bank's statement on Tuesday that the internal 2013 report had been provided to Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and to the police in 2014.

  • Lloyds Banking Group vs HSBC: which is the better FTSE 100 high yield stock?
    Fool.co.uk2 days ago

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  • Here’s why Lloyds shares could be the best high yield investment ever
    Fool.co.uk3 days ago

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  • British lawmakers call for probe of Lloyds, KPMG over HBOS fraud
    Reuters3 days ago

    British lawmakers call for probe of Lloyds, KPMG over HBOS fraud

    The call by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Fair Business Banking comes after the publication online on Tuesday of an internal 2013 report alleging serious misconduct by the lender over the handling and disclosure of the fraud. A Lloyds spokeswoman reiterated the bank's statement on Tuesday that the internal 2013 report had been provided to Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and to the police in 2014.

  • Lloyds Banking Group is my ultimate FTSE 100 high yield hero
    Fool.co.uk3 days ago

    Lloyds Banking Group is my ultimate FTSE 100 high yield hero

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  • Should You Expect Lloyds Banking Group plc (LON:LLOY) To Continue Delivering An ROE Of 8.45%?
    Simply Wall St.3 days ago

    Should You Expect Lloyds Banking Group plc (LON:LLOY) To Continue Delivering An ROE Of 8.45%?

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  • Lloyds Banking Group axes 450 jobs
    Reuters4 days ago

    Lloyds Banking Group axes 450 jobs

    Lloyds Banking Group said on Wednesday it would cut 450 mainly back office roles, in the latest round of job cuts as Britain's lenders look to reduce costs and focus on digital initiatives. The bank also said it would create 255 new roles, meaning a net reduction of 195, as part of a 3 billion pound technology investment programme laid out at the bank's three-year strategy update in February. The cuts follow the axing of 930 jobs at Lloyds earlier this year and hundreds of cuts and branch closures at other banks, as lenders face growing competition from low-cost, technology-based rivals and consumers increasingly opt to bank online or on their mobile phones.

  • Want to retire before 65? Here’s how Lloyds’ high yield could help
    Fool.co.uk4 days ago

    Want to retire before 65? Here’s how Lloyds’ high yield could help

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  • Looking for high yield? Forget BT and check out Lloyds Bank shares
    Fool.co.uk5 days ago

    Looking for high yield? Forget BT and check out Lloyds Bank shares

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  • Reuters5 days ago

    Report claims Britain's Lloyds misled investors over HBOS fraud

    An internal Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) report written by a former manager at the bank and published on Tuesday alleges serious misconduct by the lender over the handling and disclosure of a fraud at its HBOS Reading unit. The report, written in 2013 after the Lloyds manager had taken her concerns to the police, alleges HBOS executives knew of the fraud as early as 2004 and failed to properly disclose it, with far-reaching implications given Lloyds' takeover of HBOS in 2009. It also states Lloyds mishandled its investigation and disclosure of the fraud following that takeover.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Report claims Britain's Lloyds misled investors over HBOS fraud

    An internal Lloyds Banking Group report written by a former manager at the bank and published on Tuesday alleges serious misconduct by the lender over the handling and disclosure of a fraud at its HBOS Reading unit. The report, written in 2013 after the Lloyds manager had taken her concerns to the police, alleges HBOS executives knew of the fraud as early as 2004 and failed to properly disclose it, with far-reaching implications given Lloyds' takeover of HBOS in 2009. It also states Lloyds mishandled its investigation and disclosure of the fraud following that takeover.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Businessman publishes confidential report on fraud at Lloyds unit

    A Scottish businessman and frequent critic of Britain's big banks on Tuesday published a confidential report by a former Lloyds Banking Group manager into a fraud at the bank's HBOS Reading unit. The report, which alleges misconduct by Lloyds and HBOS executives over the handling of the fraud, was written in 2013 and has been the subject of debate among some British lawmakers in recent weeks, who last week urged the bank to publish it. The report was published online by Neil Mitchell, a campaigner against banks including Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland, whom he accuses of mistreating some of their business customers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    CYBG and Virgin Money join forces to take on Britain's biggest banks

    Mid-sized bank CYBG (Frankfurt: 30712270.F - news) has agreed to buy Virgin Money in a 1.7 billion pound ($2.3 billion) all-share deal that it said will create Britain's sixth-largest bank by assets and a stronger challenger to the country's top four lenders. Britain's biggest bank merger since the financial crisis was clinched by this month's sweetened bid from CYBG and will give Virgin Money shareholders, which include entrepreneur Richard Branson, about 38 percent of the combined group.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    CYBG and Virgin Money join forces to take on Britain's biggest banks

    Mid-sized bank CYBG has agreed to buy Virgin Money in a 1.7 billion pound ($2.3 billion) all-share deal that it said will create Britain's sixth-largest bank by assets and a stronger challenger to the country's top four lenders. Britain's biggest bank merger since the financial crisis was clinched by this month's sweetened bid from CYBG and will give Virgin Money shareholders, which include entrepreneur Richard Branson, about 38 percent of the combined group.

  • British lawmakers threaten publication of report on fraud at Lloyds unit
    Reuters10 days ago

    British lawmakers threaten publication of report on fraud at Lloyds unit

    A group of British lawmakers said they will publish a report into what Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) knew about a fraud at its HBOS Reading unit, following years of campaigns for full disclosure by its victims. The fraud was one of Britain's worst-ever banking scandals and the report claims that HBOS in 2008 concealed the fraud in an attempt to prevent the failure of a rights issue and its subsequent takeover by Lloyds during the financial crisis. Kevin Hollinrake, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking, said the cross-party group would use public interest laws to publish the so-called 'Project Lord Turnbull Report', unless Lloyds itself publishes first.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    British lawmakers threaten publication of report on fraud at Lloyds unit

    A group of British lawmakers said they will publish a report into what Lloyds Banking Group knew about a fraud at its HBOS Reading unit, following years of campaigns for full disclosure by its victims. The fraud was one of Britain's worst-ever banking scandals and the report claims that HBOS in 2008 concealed the fraud in an attempt to prevent the failure of a rights issue and its subsequent takeover by Lloyds during the financial crisis. Kevin Hollinrake, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking, said the cross-party group would use public interest laws to publish the so-called 'Project Lord Turnbull Report', unless Lloyds itself publishes first.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    UK watchdog to complete enforcement probe into RBS business unit in July

    Britain's markets watchdog said it expected to complete its enforcement investigation into alleged mistreatment by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) of small business customers by the end of next month. Lawmakers and small businesses have criticised the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for not bringing its investigation to a speedier conclusion and publishing the findings. "My expectation is that we will finish the investigative part before the end of July," FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey told parliament.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    UK watchdog to complete enforcement probe into RBS business unit in July

    Britain's markets watchdog said it expected to complete its enforcement investigation into alleged mistreatment by Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) of small business customers by the end of next month. Lawmakers and small businesses have criticised the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for not bringing its investigation to a speedier conclusion and publishing the findings. "My expectation is that we will finish the investigative part before the end of July," FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey told parliament.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    BoE to ensure banks recover quickly from IT troubles

    Britain's major banks will have to meet targets for recovering from cyber attacks and other disruptions to key services, a senior Bank of England official said on Wednesday. Lyndon Nelson, deputy chief executive of the BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) 's Prudential Regulation Authority arm, said banks needed to be resilient to cyber attacks, or IT disruptions like those at British bank TSB, where customers were unable to access their accounts because of computer problems.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    BoE to ensure banks recover quickly from IT troubles

    Britain's major banks will have to meet targets for recovering from cyber attacks and other disruptions to key services, a senior Bank of England official said on Wednesday. Lyndon Nelson, deputy chief executive of the BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority arm, said banks needed to be resilient to cyber attacks, or IT disruptions like those at British bank TSB, where customers were unable to access their accounts because of computer problems.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    BoE to set IT disruption recovery targets for banks

    Britain's major banks will be set targets for recovering from cyber attacks and other disruptions to key services, a senior Bank of England official said on Wednesday. Lyndon Nelson, Deputy Chief Executive of the BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) 's Prudential Regulation Authority arm, said banks need to be resilient to cyber attacks, or IT disruptions like those at TSB bank in recent weeks.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    BoE to set IT disruption recovery targets for banks

    Britain's major banks will be set targets for recovering from cyber attacks and other disruptions to key services, a senior Bank of England official said on Wednesday. Lyndon Nelson, Deputy Chief Executive of the BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority arm, said banks need to be resilient to cyber attacks, or IT disruptions like those at TSB bank in recent weeks.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    FCA ends fair treatment investigation into Scottish Widows

    Britain's financial markets regulator said on Tuesday it had ended its investigation into Scottish Widows, as part of a thematic review into the fair treatment of longstanding customers in the life insurance sector. The Financial Conduct Authority said it had concluded there was "insufficient basis for taking any enforcement action", although it planned to raise a number of issues uncovered as part of the investigation with the firm. Investigations into Prudential (PRU.L), Countrywide Assured, Old Mutual (OML.L) and Abbey Life (PHNX.L) were continuing, the FCA said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    FCA ends fair treatment investigation into Scottish Widows

    Britain's financial markets regulator said on Tuesday it had ended its investigation into Scottish Widows, as part of a thematic review into the fair treatment of longstanding customers in the life insurance ...

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