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Share Price: 39.065
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Change: -0.145 (-0.37%)
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Lloyds and Co-op agree on a price for Verde branches

Project Verde, the code name for Lloyds Banking's enforced sale of hundreds of its branches, is close to completion after the part-nationalised lender signed non-binding heads of terms with the Co-operative Group, which wants to buy the branches. The Co-operative Group (Co-op) will pay Lloyds an in

19 Jul 12 07:04

Sector movers: Miners suffer after Wen's comments

Risk aversion saw the mining, personal goods and banking sectors fall on Monday as concerns over the global economic outlook saw investors flee for safety. Mining peers Kazakhmys, Randgold, Vedanta Resources and Polymetal were among the worst performers on London's benchmark index after Chinese Pre

16 Jul 12 15:20

Another 11 banks hit by LIBOR scandal

The LIBOR rate fixing scandal is spreading like wildfire just a few hours after it was revealed that US Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner wrote to the Bank of England back in 2008 regarding concerns about the possible distortion of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) - the rate at which b

13 Jul 12 09:21

Co-op to get Lloyds branches for a song

Lloyds Banking Group is close to offloading 632 of its branches at a bargain price to the Co-operative Group, according to newspaper reports. The Financial Times (FT) reports that hopes the part-nationalised lender would pocket around £1.5bn for the branches have gone up in smoke. According to the

13 Jul 12 08:14

Thursday newspaper round-up: Corn, Barclays, Lloyds

The heatwave that has had much of the United States sweltering this summer is expected to cause severe damage to crop production in the US Midwest and push up food prices across the globe. The US Department of Agriculture cut its estimate for the corn crop yesterday by 12 per cent in response to a d

12 Jul 12 07:07

London close: Footsie flat ahead of FOMC minutes, Glencore up

- Investors await FOMC minutes - BarCap cuts US growth estimates - Burberry disappoints; 'Glenstrata' in demand - Some say Glencore could benefit from rising grain prices The Footsie had pared early losses to trade broadly flat by the close as markets remained cautious ahead of the release of minu

11 Jul 12 17:06

London midday: Footsie pares losses but still in the red

- Burberry leads stocks lower after Q1 update - Johnson Matthey, Lloyds, Centrica, SSE fall after broker downgrades - FOMC minutes due out later The FTSE 100 had pared some of its earlier losses but was still trading firmly in the red by Wednesday lunchtime with a disappointing trading update from

11 Jul 12 11:33

London open: Burberry leads stocks lower

- Burberry sinks after Q1 results - Sentiment dampened by US earnings - FOMC minutes eyes London's benchmark index sank in early trading on Wednesday, tracking losses in US and Asian markets overnight, with Burberry providing a drag after missing sales forecasts in its first quarter. "A series of

11 Jul 12 08:46

Wednesday broker round-up

ASOS: HSBC downgrades to neutral, target lifted from 1,780p to 1,950p. Avanti Communications: Jefferies reiterates buy rating and 600p target. Aviva: Morgan Stanley upgrades to overweight. Balfour Beatty: UBS downgrades to neutral, target cut from 340p to 310p. BTG: Jefferies downgrades from buy

11 Jul 12 08:10

Asda expands personal finance business

Asda, the supermarket chain owned by Walmart, has unveiled plans to re-brand and expand its personal finance arm, conveniently taking advantage of widespread disatisfaction with banks following the recent LIBOR scandal and system failure at Natwest. Asda Money will now sell a number of finan

10 Jul 12 10:59

Farepak customers not satisfied with pay-out

A pressure group representing customers who lost out when Christmas hamper business Farepak went belly-up are pushing for more compensation money from HBOS, Farepak's bankers. The Unfairpak group still has the hump over the hamper company collapse and is calling for HBOS, now part of Lloyds Banking

9 Jul 12 10:39

Sunday newspaper round-up: Greece, Barclays, Italy

The new Greek Prime Minister vowed last night to get the country out of the "dead end" created by austerity policies dictated by Europe. Antonis Samaras, outlining his coalition's programme to Parliament, confirmed that the country was not on track to meet the targets set by its international credit

8 Jul 12 17:40

SFO officially launches investigation into LIBOR

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) confirmed on Friday that it has officially launched a criminal investigation into the now infamous LIBOR scandal involving Barclays. Prior to this point the SFO had only said that it was considering whether there was a case to bring a prosecution. On June 27th the

6 Jul 12 15:27

London close: Stocks edge higher as markets digest central bank action

- BoE ups QE; ECB and PBoC cut rates - Concerns over Chinese growth dampen sentiment - GKN rockets after acquisition, trading update, placing After a subdued morning, markets were choppy in afternoon trade on Thursday as investors took in major policy decisions by central banks in the UK, Europe an

5 Jul 12 16:38

London midday: Stocks edge higher as BoE ups QE

- BoE increases QE, maintains Bank Rate - ECB expected to cut refi rate to 0.75 per cent - GKN jumps higher after 633m-pound Volvo Aero purchase The Footsie was registering moderate gains in morning trade on Thursday as investors hoped that the Bank of England would inject more stimulus into the su

5 Jul 12 11:35

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