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Lloyds Banking Group

Lloyds Banking Group plc provides a range of banking and financial services to individuals and businesses in the United Kingdom and internationally.

Industry: Banks

Ticker Exchange ISIN Name
$LLPD LSE Main Market GB00B3KSB238 9.75% NON-CUM IRRD PREF SHS GBP0.25
$LLOY LSE Main Market GB0008706128 ORD GBP0.10
$LLPH LSE Main Market GB00B3KSBH82 6.413% NON-CUM FXD/FLTG RT PREF SHS
$LLPC LSE Main Market GB00B3KS9W93 9.25% NON-CUM IRRD PREF SHS GBP0.25
$LLPE LSE Main Market GB00B3KSB568 6.475% NON-CUM IRRD PREF SHS
$LLPI LSE Main Market GB00B3KSBJ07 5.92% NON-CUM FXD/FLTG RT PREF SHS
$LLPF LSE Main Market GB00B3KSB675 6.0884% NON-CUM FXD/FLTG RT PREF SHS
$LLPJ LSE Main Market GB00B3KSBK12 6.657% NON-CUM FXD/FLTG RT PREF SHS
$LLPG LSE Main Market XS0408826427 6.3673% NON-CUM FXD/FLTG RT PREF SHS

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Lisa Hoppe 08 May 2015, 18:17

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC @Cursty-Jenner there is another long term risk of business loss for UK banks: Camerone promised to make EU exit referendum at the end of 2017

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James Disick 08 May 2015, 17:23

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC @Cursty-Jenner more thoughts from investors supporting this idea www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...te-looms

Cursty Jenner 08 May 2015, 12:12

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC UK banks are the biggest winners among UK shares from the victory of conservatives and Cameron.#buy

Robert Sheridan 30 Apr 2015, 22:41

$TSB $LLOY Mr Pester told the BBC's Wake Up to Money programme: "We believe we're Britain's biggest challenger bank but we really want to take on the big guys. If that means rolling up some of the smaller banks we would consider doing that." www.bbc.com/news/business...32524108

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Colin Williams 25 Apr 2015, 12:43

$LLOY The government has sold more shares in Lloyds, raising about £586m and taking its stake in the bank to below 21%.

The government originally owned a 41% stake after ploughing £20bn into the bank during the 2008 financial crisis. It started selling Lloyds shares in 2013, and the latest sale means it has now raised more than £8bn. www.bbc.com/news/business...32444030 #bullish

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Adam Taylor 23 Apr 2015, 22:27

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC Santander, which offers high interest and cashback through its 123 Account, opened 170,551 new accounts, while Halifax, which has offered a cash payment to switchers, made a net gain of 156,639. In the third quarter of 2014 alone, Halifax took on 53,624 more accounts.

www.theguardian.com/busin...accounts

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Adam Taylor 23 Apr 2015, 22:27

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC Barclays bank has been the biggest loser in the battle for current accounts, with more than 80,000 customers closing their account in the year after rules were brought in to make switching banks easier.

Lloyds and NatWest were also big losers, with Lloyds dropping 51,985 accounts and NatWest dropping 69,181.

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Colin Williams 21 Apr 2015, 20:10

$LLOY as soon as Lloyds is free from the government ownership, they will start regularly paying dividends which will boost the share price #buy

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James Disick 20 Apr 2015, 09:26

$LLOY Conservatives pledge to sell public discounted shares in Lloyds bank. 5% discount plus 10% worth of shares in one year. This will give a pressure to Lloyds shares, but #neutral for now www.theguardian.com/polit...out-bank

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Adam Taylor 18 Apr 2015, 17:06

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN How could banks make profits with 2% rate committed for 5 years? ECB will start rising rates in 3 years #bearish

HSBC has pushed five-year fixed rate mortgages to their lowest ever level, allowing homeowners to lock in at a rate of just 1.99 per cent. www.thisismoney.co.uk/mon...age.html

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Stephen Dixon 30 Mar 2015, 22:39

Bank of England is to stress test large UK banks with a dramatic slowdown in China, a contraction in the eurozone, the worst deflation since the 1930s or a fall in UK interest rates to zero.

The banks are Barclays $BARC, HSBC $HSBA, Santander UK $BNC, Standard Chartered $STAN and the two bailed-out banks, Lloyds Banking Group $LLOY and Royal Bank of Scotland $RBS.

www.theguardian.com/busin...al-crash

Robert Sheridan 28 Feb 2015, 21:35

$LLOY will pay the first dividend since 2008 at 0.75 per share

www.lloydsbankinggroup.co...history/