LONDON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group's anticipated return to dividends next week for the first time since the financial crisis will help ease the way for the government to sell its remaining shares in the bank, industry sources said.
Lloyds is expected to confirm it has been cleared by Britain's financial regulator to pay a modest dividend for the 2014 financial year when it reports full-year results next Friday. Analysts expect a payout of about 1 pence per share, according to Thomson Reuters data.
its the same at our place,the bosses just sit in offices and sign on the dotted lines,then go for a walk looking for peeps not wearing the appropriate safety wear.but that's not very often though,due to the muck and grime.lol. Antonio?looks like a pop star.lol.
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