The banking giant becomes the first in the UK to block transactions after the digital currency's dramatic fall in value since December.Read the full story ›
The bank has a major shake-up planned for borrowing charges starting in November.Read the full story ›
Lloyds Banking Group has been fully returned to private hands nearly nine years after being bailed out during the financial crisis.Read the full story ›
Taxpayers have recovered all of the £20.3 billion bailout injected into Lloyds to prevent it from collapsing during the financial crisis.Read the full story ›
The taxpayer's stake in Lloyds banking group has been cut to below 2% as the Government continues to sell its shareholding to the lender.Read the full story ›
All proceeds from the sale of shares are used to reduce the national debt.Read the full story ›
The extra funds are to cover payment protection insurance claims, the bank said.Read the full story ›
The latest share reduction is hailed a 'milestone', nine years after a £20.3bn bailout bought taxpayers a 43% stake in the crisis-hit bank.Read the full story ›
Lloyds Banking Group is cutting 3,000 jobs and shutting 200 branches as the lender braces for a cut in interest rates, it has announced.Read the full story ›
Lloyds Banking Group has posted a 6% fall in underlying profits to £2.1 billion for the first quarter of the year, down from £2.2 billion a year earlier.
It hailed a "robust" performance in the first three months of 2016.
It said that, excluding the TSB business, which it sold last year, profits were "stable" on a year earlier.
The lender has escaped the hefty profits hit suffered by its investment banking rivals, with Barclays posting a 25% fall in first-quarter profits on Wednesday.