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At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous close58.82
Bid59.16 x
Ask59.23 x
Day's range58.89 - 59.30
52-week range47.56 - 59.99
Avg. volume729,219
Market cap43.15B
PE ratio (TTM)35.01
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield1.81 (3.09%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus17 hours ago

    Lloyds bank named Britain's best employer for LGBT people

    Lloyds Banking (Xetra: 871784 - news) Group was named on Thursday as Britain's best employer for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in a nationwide workplace equality index, followed by law firm Pinsent Masons and J.P. Morgan (Other OTC: MGHL - news) bank. The Top 100 Employers list by the rights charity Stonewall ranks organisations in Britain based on answers from employees about culture, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Stonewall praised Lloyds, which came second in the last year's index, for featuring a same-sex marriage proposal in their advertising and becoming the first UK-owned company to extend private healthcare policy to transgender people.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Popular British TV drama to feature female genital mutilation plotline

    Popular British period drama "Call the Midwife" is to feature female genital mutilation (FGM) in a storyline about a pregnant Somali woman living in east London in the 1960s. Campaigners against FGM welcomed the news, saying the mainstream show would help boost awareness of the widely condemned practice which has long been shrouded in secrecy. It's amazing," said British activist Hibo Wardere whose FGM prevention work includes training medical staff.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Supreme Court queries land use in special economic zones

    NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Supreme Court has asked seven states why land bought for industry is lying idle, raising questions about the benefit of special economic zones amid rising conflict over land.     The zones have provoked controversy in India, which needs to create new economic opportunities for its fast-growing population. Hoping to imitate China's manufacturing success, India introduced the so-called SEZ Act in 2005, issuing hundreds of approvals.