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The opposition seems to be trying for another referendum. Meantime, British bank stocks, like Lloyd's, should keep benefiting from anything other than a 'hard' Brexit.
And the winners so far outnumber the losers among the six stocks that include a cannabis company, a couple financial giants and two oil plays.
Investors in Lloyds Banking Group plc saw new options begin trading today, for the July 2019 expiration. One of the key data points that goes into the price an option buyer is willing to pay, is the time value, so with 242 days until expiration the newly trading contracts represent a possible opportunity for sellers of puts or calls to achieve a higher premium than would be available for the contracts with a closer expiration.
Global stocks drifted lower Monday, with heavier selling in Asia markets, as investors kept risk appetite to a minimum following last week's stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data that has reignited bets on faster Federal Reserve rate hikes and tomorrow's mid-term elections that could change the composition -- and direction -- of Congress for at least the next two years.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Altaba, Lloyds Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Vistra Energy, International Game Technology and more.
How is it that a really strong economy can actually hurt investors? Jim Cramer talks about interest rates, inflation, oil and bears.
The second most-active week for U.S. bond auctions on record this week, coupled with the first release of Fed minutes under new chairman Jerome Powell, has cast a cautious shadow over global equity markets.
Bitcoin fell below $7,000 Monday. Here's what you can't miss in crypto news.
Bitcoins prices tested three-month lows Monday after Lloyds Banking Group, Britain's biggest bank, said it would ban its 9 million customers from buying cryptocurrencies on its credit cards.
Jim Cramer's bullish on Dominion Energy, U.S. Concrete, Banco Santander, Republic First Bancorp, First Horizon National, and NVIDIA.
Jim Cramer maps the roller coaster ride of Wednesday's session: Use strength to ring the register, use weakness to buy your favorites.
As the eurozone recovery gains traction, here are five bank stocks to look at.
The U.S. dollar rebounded overnight, helping European stocks notched solid gains ahead of a key vote on tax reform later this week.
Rapid growth in U.K. consumer lending spells trouble ahead for British banks.
Britain's largest mortgage lender reported an 8% increase in total income of £4.62 billion in the three months ending in September
European stock markets are priced almost to perfection ahead of an earnings deluge.
Risk appetite among investors dissipated from the market Thursday
PPI charges hit £1 billion in the seond quarter
Investors should keep a close eye on homebuilders, REITs and so-called challenger banks.
Global equity rally takes a breather.
Stocks react to Mario Draghi's press conference.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Carnival, Tableau Software, Groupon, Newell Brands and more.
Jim Cramer says the earnings results we get this week will determine where stocks are headed for the rest of the quarter.
European benchmarks held gains much of Thursday.
ABN Amro Group NV shares dropped in the first minutes of trading Wednesday after the Dutch government said it was selling an additional stake in the bank.
The Bank of England has told U.K. lenders to increase their capital buffers to protect themselves against risks ranging from Brexit to an increase in consumer borrowing.
European benchmarks were roundly higher at the close Friday following what was a volatile session for London, with British politics delivering yet another upset to pundits and pollsters alike.
IBM will offer the British bank secure cloud services expected to speed up the deployment of new applications.
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