Lloyds leaps as a promise of profits brings it to break-even

Laura Chesters
May 2013
Evening Standard;5/17/2013, p53
THE sale of the Government's stake in the "black horse" bank was given a giddy-up today when punters piled in on news of a return to profit this year. Enthusiasm for Lloyds Banking Group today pushed its price up to the breakeven level for a government exit for the first time — increasing the likelihood of a sale sooner rather than later.


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