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Lloyds Banking Group PLC Is Gearing Up For Growth
Lloyds (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG.US) has staged an impressive recovery this year and the bank's recent return to profitability, is testament to management's hard work put in since the financial crisis.
Lloyds could axe 9000 more banking jobs under its three-year plan  The Guardian
Lloyds to unveil 9000 job cuts  Financial Times
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2 Numbers That Make Lloyds Banking Group PLC An Exceptional Buy
Although Lloyds Banking Group is yet to receive the green light from the Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) that it needs to get its dividends rolling again, the City is broadly in agreement that payments are poised to start rolling sooner rather ...
Why You Should Buy Lloyds Banking Group PLC And Sell HSBC Holdings plc
A part of this return to basics, Lloyds has now exited, or announced the exit from over 20 countries so far, agreed to sell its asset management business, Scottish Widows to Aberdeen Asset Management and sold its stake in Sainsbury's Bank. The group is ...
Lloyds Banking Group PLC Receives Average Recommendation of "Buy" ...  Intercooler
Investors Alert: Sigma Designs (NASDAQ:SIGM), Lloyds Banking Group plc ...  WallStreet Scope
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How Lloyds Banking Group PLC Could Be Yielding 7%+ In 2016!
On a relative basis, the last three months have been positive for investors in Lloyds (LSE: LLOY). That's because shares in the part-nationalised bank have risen by 2.5%, while the FTSE 100 has fallen by 5% during the same time period. This ...
Will Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays plc Shares Minimise Damage of ...  The C Suite
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Base Rate Hike Will Boost Demand For Lloyds Banking Group PLC
If consensus is correct, and one of Carney's predictions finally hits the mark, this could be good news for investors in the big UK banks such as Lloyds Banking Group (LSE: LLOY), as well as Barclays (LSE: BARC) and Royal Bank of Scotland Group (LSE: ...
Starting over: Lloyds Banking Group's transaction banking ambitions  Banking Technology
REPEAT: PRESS: UK's Lloyds Share Sale On Hold Until Dividend Allowed ...  London South East
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Why Lloyds Banking Group PLC Could Still Beat The FTSE 100 This Year
Lloyds Banking Group (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG.US) has made a remarkable recovery, recording its first pre-tax profit last year since the �3.5bn loss in 2011, albeit a small one.
Lloyds Banking Group PLC Given Buy Rating at Investec (LYG)  Mideast Time
Lloyds Banking Group PLC Earns Buy Rating from Investec (LYG)  Intercooler
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Lloyds Banking Group PLC Sells 11.5% Of TSB Banking Group PLC: Should ...
Having sold 38.5% of TSB (LSE: TSB) in June, Lloyds (LSE: LLOY) confirmed today that it has sold a further 11.5% in the new entity at a price of 280p per share via a placing.
Lloyds Bank to sell more shares in TSB  Reuters
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Should You Buy Lloyds Banking Group PLC And Royal Bank Of Scotland Group ...
Despite the government's best efforts, the UK banking sector remains relatively uncompetitive. Certainly, there is choice for consumers, but it comes in the form of a handful of major financial institutions that remain too big to fail, and too big to ...
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Celebrate A Bigger Income In 2015 With Lloyds Banking Group PLC, HSBC ...
The last few years have been incredibly tough for savers, with interest rates being at historic lows of just 0.5%. Indeed, the Bank of England seems reluctant to raise rates even by a very small amount for fear of choking the UK's impressive, albeit ...
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Scotland Votes 'No': Lloyds Banking Group PLC And Royal Bank Of Scotland ...
So, the results are in and Scotland has decided to remain part of the UK. Whether you think that's good news or bad news for Scotland and/or the UK is clearly subjective.
Lloyds won't say 'yes' or 'no' to answer Scottish question  The Times (subscription)
Lloyds Banking Group keeps its options open for move to England  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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