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The number of UK sectors reporting output growth rose in January as supply conditions improved, according to the latest Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker. However, businesses continued to face significant cost inflation, which translated into a record uptick in selling prices among service sector firm

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Customers of Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Bank spent a fifth more on household energy (24%) and fuel (20%) in the last fortnight, according to the latest analysis of the bank’s debit card spend. Across the UK, people spent a fifth (20%) more at petrol stations in the past two weeks, compared

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More UK financial institutions are targeting acquisitions and partnerships with fintech firms to boost their position in a growing market, according to a report from Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Bank. More than two fifths (46%) of financial services firms plan to grow investment in their fintech ca

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Financial services firms are upping their efforts to tackle climate change and become more environmentally sustainable, as the UK prepares to host the COP26 summit in Glasgow, according to a report from Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Bank. Almost twice as many UK financial institutions consider envir

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Financial wellbeing is the top priority (57%) for Brits ahead of physical, intellectual and social wellbeing. Yet only around half (55%) feel comfortable regularly checking their bank statements, according to new research from Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Bank. The bank is encouraging consumers to

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Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Bank is planning to become one of the UK's biggest landlords as it aims to purchase 50,000 homes in the next ten years. The lender plans to charge tenants rent as a private landlord under its recently launched Citra Living brand.

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The number of UK sectors reporting output growth was not unanimous for the first time since March in July, as food and drink manufacturers wrestled with labour shortages and healthcare firms faced weaker demand, according to Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Bank's UK Recovery Tracker. Momentum in the U

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British businesses are creating a new trading footprint around the world, according to a new report, A New World for Global British Business, by Lloyds Bank and Aston Business School released today. As the UK prepares to conclude its exit from the European Union, nearly one in five British exporters

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