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Will Lloyds pay a dividend in 2021?
|Description||Dividend (per share)||Payment date|
|Description Interim 2021||Dividend (per share) 0.67p||Payment date 13/09/2021|
|Description Final 2020||Dividend (per share) 0.57p||Payment date 25/05/2021|
|Description Interim 2020||Dividend (per share) –||Payment date n/a|
|Description Final 2019||Dividend (per share) –||Payment date n/a|
The latest closing stock price for Lloyds Banking Group as of December 10, 2021 is 2.42.
- The all-time high Lloyds Banking Group stock closing price was 47.37 on May 06, 2002.
- The Lloyds Banking Group 52-week high stock price is 2.83, which is 16.9% above the current share price.
Is Lloyds Bank being shorted?
There are currently no open short positions in Lloyds.
Are Lloyds bank paying a dividend?
Lloyds Banking Group pays dividend to shareholders as profits soar to £4bn and reveals takeover of pensions group Embark. Lloyds Banking Group has resumed the payment of dividends to shareholders after swinging to a bumper half-year profit of nearly £4billion.
Will Lloyds pay a special dividend?
Lloyds Banking Group announced today that its shareholders would receive a special dividend of 0.5p per share, as the bank reported results which were well-received by the market. … Whilst this share offer remains on hold, the chancellor has said it will happen once market conditions stabilise.
Lloyds Banking Group Dividend Yield – 2.61%
Historic dividends used to calculate the yield history can be found on the Lloyds Banking Group dividend history page.
Is Lloyds a buy or sell?
Lloyds Banking Group has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.78, and is based on 7 buy ratings, 2 hold ratings, and no sell ratings.
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