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A pending Brexit from the single market and questions over the EU's survival put politics back on the agenda.
Lloyds Banking Group said Monday that the U.K. government is no longer the majority shareholder in the once-rescued British bank.
The company's share price has stabilized in a tight range since July 2016.
Markets fell on Wednesday with no clear winner emerging from the tussle between higher-risk and defensive stocks.
Lloyds Bank's efforts to diversify away from mortgages could be too little too late.
European stock markets gained broadly in defiance of terror attacks in Germany, Switzerland and Turkey.
Shares of Bank of America were higher Tuesday after Lloyds Banking Group agreed to purchase its United Kingdom consumer credit card business, MBNA, for $2.4 billion.
U.S. stock futures are higher Tuesday while European and Asian shares trade mixed as investors react cautiously to three separate terror incidents.
Lloyds will buy MBNA's credit card business from Bank of America for $2.35 billion.
UKFI cuts its stake in the rescued British lender to less than 7%.
A production cut pushes beleaguered producers and services firms higher.
Royal Bank of Scotland's stress-test failure marks another twist in a long and winding road to recovery for the beleaguered lender.
RBS misses both key targets in Bank of England tests, says it must "do more" to restore resilience.
The Bank of England will release stress results for some of the biggest UK banks on Thursday.
The U.K. government has reduced its stake in rescued lender Lloyds Banking Group to less than 8%
The financial sector is exploding higher in November--but some are better positioned for upside than others in the final stretch of 2016.
RBS has tied up with Iwoca and other alternative lenders to refer customers.
Speculation about regulatory action from the European Commission shows the litigation threat is alive and well.
The grocer's banking subsidiary freezes online current accounts after deposits are plundered.
The banking company offers a strong financial scorecard, a hefty dividend and resolved legacy challenges.
A partial victory for Brexit opposition and mixed corporate earnings drive markets in Europe.
The pound surges to a one-month high after a U.K. ruling deals a hammer blow to the government's Brexit ambitions.
The FTSE 100 tops the board, buoyed by a banking sector in rude health.
Nokia falls 7% as the CFO quits and third-quarter mobile equipment weakness echoes Ericsson woes.
All eyes are on the lender's core bank performance and litigation provisions following a shock announcement from Lloyds.
U.K. lender Lloyds falls after a third-quarter profit miss, while luxury goods maker Kering surges.
But the U.K. lender stands by its financial targets and reports better-than-expected capital generation in the third quarter.
The buy-to-let sector is likely to be hit by multiple headwinds.