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Lloyds Banking Group Plc (LYG) shares information

Lloyds Banking Group plc – ADR

24h Change

-0.52 %


Live rate: Market closed

Stock data per Wednesday 20 Jan, 2021

-0.01 (-0.52%)
US Market is closed

Live Stock price in graph for Lloyds Banking Group plc – ADR (LYG)

  • Latest Volume

    4,095,268 (-21.3 %)

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  • P/E ratio


  • Today high

    1.927 USD

  • Today low

    1.89 USD

  • 52 week high

    3.03 USD

  • 52 week low

    1.18 USD

  • YTD Change


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Latest news about Lloyds Banking Group plc – ADR

Below you can find the most recent news posts about Lloyds Banking Group plc – ADR, primarily from US and UK based news sources.

ASK TONY: Lloyds dropped the ball over my son's football club finances

Tuesday, 19 January 2021, 23:01:13
As the secretary for my son's football club I approve the payments submitted by the treasurer. He raises them online through the Lloyds Bank portal and alerts me that they need approving.
— Daily Mail Online

2020 Review on Mobile Banking Apps for Individuals in Europe – Featuring National Westminster Bank, Lloyds Bank & Barclays Bank Among Others –

Tuesday, 19 January 2021, 16:16:00
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Review of Mobile Banking Apps for Individuals in Europe 2018 – Market Analysis and Trends, Rating, 300+ Best Practices” report has been added to's offering. This report is an independent study of European mobile banking for individuals. Mobile banking apps in 10 countries were selected for the study: 5 largest European economies: Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy and France 5 European countries where more than 90% of the population use dig
— Business Wire

TransUnion Strengthens UK Board With Two Non-Executive Directors, Including New Chair

Tuesday, 19 January 2021, 11:14:28
Global information and insights provider TransUnion has appointed two non-executive directors (NEDs) to its UK board, demonstrating its commitment to strong corporate governance as the business pursues its growth agenda. In their new roles, Margot Cronin, who will act as chair, and Jonathan Baum will promote the long-term sustainable success of the company, providing constructive challenge, strategic guidance and specialist advice to the UK board and management executives. Margot is a winner of the prestigious Institute of Directors award for ‘Chartered director of the year’ and has worked in financial services executive roles across her career, most recently at HSBC Life, Tesco Underwriting and Prudential International. As a former senior insurance executive, Margot has leadership experience across multiple board memberships and spent significant time with market leader Aviva in the UK, US and Hong Kong. As an independent non-executive director and newly appointed chair of TransUnion’s UK board, Margot’s role is subject to approval by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). “At a time of financial hardship for many households in the UK, this a pivotal moment to be joining TransUnion as it aims to support both businesses and consumers through an unprecedented challenge, providing data and insights that are fundamental across so many sectors, ranging from fraud and ID checks to credit referencing,” commented Margot. “I look forward to working alongside the wider UK leadership to help TransUnion harness the full extent of its global capabilities to support the UK market.” In addition, TransUnion has appointed Jonathan Baum, former chief credit officer at Lloyds Banking Group, as a non-executive director.
— TransUnion UK

Should I buy Lloyds Bank shares for my long-term portfolio?

Friday, 15 January 2021, 14:52:28
Lloyds Bank shares have been performing well in the past few months. Royston Roche analyses the pros and cons of investing in Lloyds Bank. The post Should I buy Lloyds Bank shares for my long-term portfolio? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK .
— The Motley Fool UK

Banker sacked after video of him ‘defending teen from violent attack' went viral

Thursday, 14 January 2021, 15:55:48
Kizu Stanford, 26, says he intervened after a 16-year-old girl was attacked on a bus in West Bromwich, West Midlands but was sacked by Lloyds Bank after footage went viral
— Daily Star

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