Lloyds share price
Lloyds share price declined by more than 2% as the market reacted to new bond yields in the UK. Shares of other banks like Barclays, Standard Chartered, and HSBC declined by more than 1%.
Lloyds share price tumbled by more than 35 basis points as the market grew concerned about Brexit, negative interest rates, and the health of the UK economy. Shares of the UK bank are now trading at p28.52, which is close to its lowest level since 2012.
Lloyds share price jumped by more than 1% as the UK started paving a way for easing the current lockdown. Investors also ignored the weak services PMI data and the disappointing auto sales numbers from the UK.
Lloyds share price crawled higher today as investors braced for a blockbuster statement by management on Thursday.
Lloyds share price swayed side to side as investors reacted to the weak manufacturing and services data from the United Kingdom. The market also reacted to the earnings results from Credit Suisse, which set aside millions of dollars in provisions. Credit Suisse Earnings Earlier today, we received financial results from...
Lloyds share price remains close to its 2012 lows as uncertainties on when the country will reopen remains. The shares are trading at £32.60, which is close to its YTD low of £27.72. Register to learn more.
Lloyds share price declined today as investors braced for more bankruptcies in the coming days. This is as more people in the UK stays indoors following last week’s government directive. The directive means that more Lloyd’s customers will be laid-off. It also means that most of them will struggle to pay-off their debt.