2.6100 -0.01 (-0.38%)
After hours: 5:20PM EST
|Bid||2.6100 x 45100|
|Ask||2.6700 x 36200|
|Day's range||2.5900 - 2.6600|
|52-week range||2.3000 - 3.5800|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.72|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.73|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.11 (4.16%)|
|Ex-dividend date||08 Aug 2019|
|1y target est||2.59|
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Britain will likely secure only temporary access to the European Union financial market under a broader trade deal in which finance may take a back seat to sectors such as fishing, financial industry officials said on Wednesday. Britain and the EU start talks next week on a trade deal that would come into effect next January after the "standstill" transition period that followed Brexit last month expires. Europe is Britain's biggest market for financial services exports, worth about 26 billion pounds annually, and access to the bloc would be under the EU's "equivalence" system.
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Lloyds Banking Group and Virgin Money pressed ahead with hundreds of job cuts in the face of union opposition, as British banks try to keep up with customers moving online. Lloyds is planning to axe 780 jobs as part of ongoing cost-cutting at Britain's biggest domestic bank, union Unite said on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Virgin Money said it would cut 500 jobs and close 52 branches, as it strips out costs after the takeover of Virgin Money by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group in 2018.
The Bank of England told banks on Wednesday to accelerate their efforts to ditch the use of Libor if they want to avoid facing more punitive terms when borrowing from the central bank. The BoE wants Libor, which banks were fined for trying to rig, replaced with the central bank's overnight "risk-free" Sonia interest rate. Hauser said that from October, the Bank will start increasing "haircuts" progressively on Libor-linked collateral used by banks to borrow from the central bank, meaning more collateral would be needed to cover the same amount borrowed.
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Lloyds Banking Group (LON: LLOY) shares gained in early trading, despite a £2.45bn hit from PPI claims.The post The Lloyds share price is rising despite a big PPI hit. I might buy more appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Antonio Horta-Osorio was criticised by MPs, investors, and staff after earning £6.5m in 2018, making him Britain's best paid banker.
Britain's biggest domestic lender Lloyds Banking Group reported a 27% drop in annual profit in 2019, as it paid out billions of pounds to customers mis-sold insurance products and saw bad loans rise. Lloyds reported a pre-tax profit of 4.4 billion pounds ($5.7 billion), in line with analysts' expectations as nearly 2.5 billion pounds of provisions for compensating customers mis-sold payment protection insurance weighed. Lloyds announced a dividend of 3.37 pence per share, but no buyback as some investors had hoped for.
Britain's biggest domestic lender Lloyds Banking Group reported a 26% drop in annual profit on Thursday, hit by increasing bad debts and billions of pounds of customer compensation. Provisions to cover payouts to customers mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) reached nearly 2.5 billion pounds in 2019, dragging down pretax profit to 4.4 billion pounds. The plunge in profit, though in line with analyst expectations, showed Lloyds paying a toll for past misconduct while the rise in bad loans hinted at potential trouble ahead for Britain's economy.
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RBS beat forecasts with 2019 results, almost doubling profit for the second year in a row as new chief executive Alison Rose declared a 'new era' at the bank.
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