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Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLDTF)

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0.3760+0.0126 (+3.47%)
At close: 3:34PM EDT
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Previous close0.3634
Open0.3600
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range0.3600 - 0.3760
52-week range0.3100 - 0.9100
Volume16,269
Avg. volume91,519
Market cap26.728B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.06
PE ratio (TTM)5.01
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date16 Apr 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Lloyds bank reports loss after setting aside £2.4bn
    The Guardian

    Lloyds bank reports loss after setting aside £2.4bn

    Lloyds bank reports loss after setting aside £2.4bn. Group posts second-quarter loss at £676m after allowing for bad debts due to Covid-19

  • Pandemic pushes Lloyds Bank into the red as bad debt fears rise
    Reuters

    Pandemic pushes Lloyds Bank into the red as bad debt fears rise

    Lloyds Banking Group swung to a rare pretax loss in the first half of 2020, after setting aside a bigger than expected 2.4 billion pounds ($3.1 billion) second-quarter provision to cover a potential hike in bad loans due to the coronavirus. The United Kingdom's biggest domestic bank, seen as a bellwether for the wider economy, said it had adopted a gloomier outlook and estimated the impact of lockdown measures was "much larger" than previously forecast. It said Britain's GDP could shrink by 17.2% over the year, compared with a 7.8% fall previously modelled as the worst-possible outcome at Lloyds' first quarter results in April.

  • Financial Times

    Why Lloyds’ melancholic view of Britain’s prospects makes sense

    Lloyds Banking Group’s black stallion has bucked, and spooked the rest of the stable. Three months ago, Lloyds — considered a UK bellwether by virtue of its scale and domestic retail banking focus — took a comparatively optimistic stance. Lloyds’ new base-case scenario puts both growth and unemployment at worse levels than its most pessimistic view back in April, and below those of Barclays.