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Britain's Lloyds to pay first dividend since rescue
LONDON (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) is paying its first dividend in more than six years after reporting a rise in profit and improvements in its capital strength, a milestone in the bank's recovery after it was bailed out during the financial crisis.
Lloyds v RBS - two banks with different problems and very different results  
Victory for Lloyds shareholders as bank pays first dividend since bail-out  
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