LLOY.L - Lloyds Banking Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
67.73
+0.65 (+0.97%)
At close: 4:48PM GMT
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Previous close67.08
Open67.26
Bid66.10 x 2429200
Ask71.50 x 2154700
Day's range67.23 - 68.10
52-week range61.81 - 73.58
Volume94,574,403
Avg. volume154,359,787
Market cap48.292B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)17.82
EPS (TTM)3.80
Earnings date21 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.03 (3.89%)
Ex-dividend date2017-08-10
1y target est74.70
  • Lloyds killed plan for £300bn Standard Life insurance merger
    Sky News10 hours ago

    Lloyds killed plan for £300bn Standard Life insurance merger

    Sky News has learnt that Lloyds Banking Group and Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) had reached an advanced stage of talks about pooling their respective life insurance operations into a subsidiary of the ‎bank. The venture would have been roughly 60%-owned by Lloyds, with the remainder owned by SLA. The bank would have supplied both its chairman and chief executive, according to insiders.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Britain's FTSE gets back on its feet after four-week losing streak

    The blue-chip FTSE 100 index closed up 0.83 percent at 7,294.95 points, its highest level in one week. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in financials and consumer staples, a sector which typically pays high dividends, added the most points to the index. Consumer staples and utilities had come under pressure from rising bond yields, which can curb demand for their dividend income.

  • Lloyds isn’t the only Footsie dividend-growth stock I’d buy today
    Fool.co.uk2 days ago

    Lloyds isn’t the only Footsie dividend-growth stock I’d buy today

    Lloyds Banking Group plc (LON: LLOY) is set to become a dividend champion, but it's not the only income stock I'm buying.

  • Cyclicals, South Africa-exposed stocks help steady FTSE 100
    Reuters2 days ago

    Cyclicals, South Africa-exposed stocks help steady FTSE 100

    By Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - A rally in miners and stocks exposed to South Africa helped Britain's top share index close higher for a second day in a row on Thursday, stabilising after last week's hefty ...

  • $1 Trillion Dream Sours for Standard Life on Lloyds Move
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    $1 Trillion Dream Sours for Standard Life on Lloyds Move

    Martin Gilbert and Keith Skeoch’s $1 trillion dream has grown a little more distant.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Standard Life Aberdeen hit as biggest client Lloyds pulls plug

    Standard Life Aberdeen said on Thursday it had been served notice on a 109 billion pound ($153 billion) asset management deal by its biggest client, Lloyds Banking Group, further denting shares in the recently-merged group. Clients have pulled billions of pounds in assets in the six months since Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management formed one of Britain's biggest asset managers, and the Lloyds mandate represents 17 percent of SLA's remaining 646 billion pounds under management. The 11 billion pound merger triggered the right for Lloyds and Scottish Widows, which is part of the British bank, to review an agreement struck in 2014 for Aberdeen to manage pension assets on behalf of Lloyds' insurance and wealth units as Standard Life is a "material competitor" to both.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Standard Life Aberdeen hit as biggest client Lloyds pulls plug

    Standard Life Aberdeen said on Thursday it had been served notice on a 109 billion pound ($153 billion) asset management deal by its biggest client, Lloyds Banking Group, further denting shares in the recently-merged group. Clients have pulled billions of pounds in assets in the six months since Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management (Frankfurt: 899502 - news) formed one of Britain's biggest asset managers, and the Lloyds mandate represents 17 percent of SLA's remaining 646 billion pounds under management.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Gains for South Africa-exposed stocks, cyclicals soothe FTSE 100

    The UK's top share index pushed higher on Thursday as a rally among stocks exposed to South Africa as well as banks and miners helped the FTSE in the early stages of a recovery. The blue chip FTSE 100 ...

  • Shares in Britain's biggest asset manager plunged after Lloyds said it will withdraw £109 billion
    Business Insider3 days ago

    Shares in Britain's biggest asset manager plunged after Lloyds said it will withdraw £109 billion

    Shares in Standard Life Aberdeen dive after Lloyds announces withdrawal of assets. Lloyds will pull out £109 billion held on behalf of Scottish Widows, the pension business it owns. Lloyds was the firm's biggest single client, and its £109 billion stake represents around 17% of Standard Life Aberdeen's assets under management.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    European shares build on recovery rally, Airbus shines

    A recovery rally in European stocks gathered pace for a second day on Thursday after investors brushed off a spike in U.S. inflation, turning their focus back to strong company earnings from heavy hitters ...

  • Standard Life Falls After Lloyds Ends Asset-Management Pact
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Standard Life Falls After Lloyds Ends Asset-Management Pact

    Lloyds Banking Group Plc terminated the arrangement with Standard Life Aberdeen Plc in which Britain’s largest active money manager oversees 109 billion pounds ($153 billion) of assets for the bank. Standard ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Scottish Widows and Lloyds terminates Standard Life Aberdeen contract

    Lloyds Banking Group and Scottish Widows have sent notices to Standard Life Aberdeen to terminate investment management relations, Standard Life Aberdeen said in a statement on Thursday. "We are disappointed ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    British banks Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    UPDATE 3-British banks Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland (Frankfurt: A0TKTZ.F - news) followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Lloyds sets 2020 non-white leadership target in FTSE 100 first
    Sky News5 days ago

    Lloyds sets 2020 non-white leadership target in FTSE 100 first

    Britain's biggest high street lender has become the first FTSE 100 company to set a formal target for the number of non-white employees employed in senior posts. The announcement, confirming an exclusive story by Sky News, means Lloyds Banking Group is targeting 8% of its top 7,000 staff to be identified as black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) by 2020. Lloyds' 8% target for BAME representation in senior ranks is likely to mean appointing roughly 150 more people from ethnic minority backgrounds to leadership roles by the end of the decade.

  • FTSE rebounds as commodities stocks recover
    Reuters5 days ago

    FTSE rebounds as commodities stocks recover

    The FTSE 100 was up 1.2 percent at 7,177.06 points at its close, regaining some of last week's losses but still near a 13-month low. Energy, materials and financials gave the index its biggest boost as the cyclical stocks that had suffered the worst losses last week led the gains. Oil majors Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) and BP (BP.L) both rose around 2 percent, as crude prices also recovered from last week's declines.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    UK's SFO extends charges over Qatar loan in Barclays legal blow

    Britain's Serious Fraud Office has charged Barclays' operating subsidiary with giving Qatari investors an illegal loan which was then used to prop up its shares during the banking crisis, deepening the lender's legal difficulties. Barclays denies the SFO's allegation that the $3 billion loan it made to Qatar in November 2008 was connected with a Qatari investment in the British bank which ultimately helped it avoid a British government rescue, unlike its rivals Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) .

  • Reuters5 days ago

    British banks Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Lloyds sets ethnic leadership goal in first for FTSE-100 company
    Sky News6 days ago

    Lloyds sets ethnic leadership goal in first for FTSE-100 company

    Britain's biggest high street lender‎ will this month become the first FTSE-100 company to set a formal target for the number of non-white people it employs in senior posts. Sky News‎ has learnt that Lloyds Banking Group will announce alongside its annual results next week that it wants 8% of its top 7,000 staff to be identified as black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) by 2020. The target will be unveiled as part of a new Helping Britain Prosper blueprint to be implemented by Lloyds over the next three years, which will include new goals in areas such as lending to small and medium-sized businesses.

  • Forbes9 days ago

    Why Britain's Largest Bank Stopped Customers Buying Bitcoin With Credit Cards

    Lloyds Banking Group banned customers from using their credit cards to buy cryptocurrencies amidst fears about Bitcoin. So did Virgin Money, but it's not clear what other European banks will do.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    FTSE slides after BOE meeting as pound pops higher

    By Danilo Masoni and Kit Rees MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - The UK's top share index fell on Thursday after the Bank of England raised the prospect of higher interest rates, sending the pound higher which weighed ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    UK watchdog tells banks not to use security concerns to stifle competition

    Britain's markets watchdog warned banks on Wednesday it would intervene if they use concerns over customer account security as an excuse to stifle competition on the high street. The European Union introduced rules in January that would allow licensed start-ups or retailers to take payments directly from a bank account, or tap transaction history from an account in order to recommend cheaper overdrafts or loans offered elsewhere. The aim is to open up banking to competition via smartphone apps, particularly from financial technology or fintech firms.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    UK watchdog tells banks not to use security concerns to stifle competition

    Britain's markets watchdog warned banks on Wednesday it would intervene if they use concerns over customer account security as an excuse to stifle competition on the high street. The European Union introduced rules in January that would allow licensed start-ups or retailers to take payments directly from a bank account, or tap transaction history from an account in order to recommend cheaper overdrafts or loans offered elsewhere. The aim is to open up banking to competition via smartphone apps, particularly from financial technology or fintech firms.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Financials help FTSE 100 off 10-month lows

    Britain's major share index came close to recovering from a brutal global sell-off on Wednesday, rising from 10-month lows as shares in financials gained ground. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) was up 1.9 percent at 7,279.42 points at its close, in line with a bounce across other European bourses. "Whilst we don’t expect this sell off to continue for an extended period of time, given that the fundamentals remain strong and unchanged, it is difficult to call the bottom and judge whether stocks have fallen sufficiently for investors to see value once again," said Fiona Cincotta, market analyst at City Index, said.

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