The share price of Lloyds Banking Group has surpassed 61.2p, the break-even point for the government's investment in the bank. Currently, Lloyds is 39 per cent owned by the UK taxpayer after the government put 20.5 billion ($31.4 billion) into the ... Bobsguide, 17 hours ago
Lloyds Banking Group share price reaches the breakeven rate - The Upcoming, 13 hours ago
Lloyds shares hit break-even point - BBC, 3 days ago
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We round up shares tips from the Sunday newspapers. This week tipsters tackle MyCelx and the part state-owned Lloyds Banking Group. The shares closed at 470p on Friday and will almost certainly move higher over the next few years. The oil industry ...This is Money, 1 day ago FTSE CLOSE: Banking sector helps Footsie power on as Lloyds shares pass key break even mark This is Money, 3 days ago FTSE CLOSE: Banking shares helps Footsie power on as Lloyds shares pass key break even mark This is Money, 3 days ago Blue-chip shares boosted by banking sector Herald Scotland, 3 days ago
Expectations rise on a share sale by the government London: Shares in state-backed Lloyds Banking Group rose above the level which the government sees as its break-even price after its 20.5 billion (Dh114 billion) rescue of the bank, raising hopes ...Gulf News, 1 day ago Financial: Surge in Lloyds share price boosts prospect of ba. . . Equities.com, 2 days ago Shares in Lloyds Banking Group hit UK government break-even price Irish Times, 3 days ago FTSE rises as Lloyds hits milestone MSN UK, 3 days ago
A sale of some of the taxpayer's stake in Lloyds Banking Group (LSE: LLOY.L - news) has come a step closer after the state-backed lender's share price yesterday came close to reaching the government's minimum "break-even" price. Shares in Lloyds ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 4 days ago Lloyds Edges Closer to UK Government Stake Sale International Business Times UK, 4 days ago In the papers: Government sale of Lloyds Banking stake moves closer Proactive Investors.co.uk, 4 days ago
Lloyds Banking Group Plc (LLOY) advanced in London trading, hitting the price at which the government expects to break even on its holding in the U.K. bank it bailed out in 2008. The stock gained 0.5 percent to 61.23 pence as of 8:36 a.m. in London, ...BusinessWeek, 4 days ago
Lloyds Banking Group shares are trading at a two-year highLloyds Banking Group shares were trading above the Government's break-even price on Friday, fuelling speculation that taxpayers will soon start to recoup the more than £20 billion spent ...MSN UK, 3 days ago Speculation of taxpayers pay-back as Lloyds shares pass break-even price Mumbai News.Net, 3 days ago Lloyds profits drives shares close to taxpayer 'break-even' Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 4 days ago Hopes of pay-back time for taxpayers as Lloyds shares pass break-even price Calcutta News.Net, 3 days ago
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PAY revolts rocked Balfour Beatty, Prudential and Lloyds Banking Group yesterday in the latest wave of shareholder unrest. Building and infrastructure giant Balfour saw 32pc of investors refuse to back its pay arrangements in the biggest revolt of ...Individual.com, 3 days ago
Share in Lloyds Banking Group have this morning traded above the state's "break-even" price, increasing the likelihood of a sale of some of the taxpayer's 39pc stake in the lender. SeeBlodic.us, 3 days ago
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