Lloyds Banking Group

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Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Banking Group is close to agreeing a compensation deal for victims of the Reading HBOS scandal. After mounting pressure from small business representatives and the Financial Conduct Authority, it has been reported that the banking giant has agreed to offer victims of th

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Business confidence in Scotland rose 14 points during May to 42%, the highest reading since June 2021, according to the latest Business Barometer from Bank of Scotland Commercial Banking. Companies in Scotland reported lower confidence in their own business prospects month-on-month, down three point

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Yesterday, staff from Bank of Scotland-owner Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) held a demonstration outside the Group’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) in a pay dispute with the bank. Unite the Union members are angry that the 2022 pay arrangement has left many low paid bank workers fearing for their ec

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Halifax has apologised to customers after sending incorrect emails informing them that the Bank of England base rate had changed. The emails, which said “the Bank of England base rate has changed today”, were distributed ahead of the Bank’s next interest rate decision tomorrow.

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Business confidence in Scotland fell 18 points during March to 17%, according to the latest Business Barometer from Bank of Scotland Commercial Banking. Companies in Scotland reported lower confidence in their own business prospects month-on-month, down 24 points at 18%. When taken alongside their

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Bank of Scotland owner Lloyds Banking Group has posted statutory profits after tax of £5.9 billion in 2021. The group has highlighted a 'solid' net income of £15.8bn, up 9% for the year, with an underlying net interest income of £11.2bn. Underlying other income has also increased b

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Bank of Scotland-owner Lloyds Banking Group has announced that it will allow its customers to set their own contactless spending limits after concerns over fraud were voiced by some of its customers. In August, the Treasury announced that the contactless spending limit would be increased to £1

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Scotland is set to drive economic growth in the UK’s transition to net zero emissions, according to The Green Growth Index produced by Lloyds Banking Group and Oxford Economics. The report suggests that at least £1.4 trillion will need to be invested in the UK economy between 2020 and 20

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