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In its first full quarter of trading since the Government sold off the last of its shares in the bank in May, Lloyds managed to record a 141 per cent jump in profits to £1.95billion.
Banks routinely refuse to cover losses when customers are tricked into transferring money or giving their details to fraudsters. In some cases, victims have lost more than £100,000.
Lloyds Banking Group has unveiled a hefty rise in third quarter profits as the once state backed lender hailed a 'strong financial performance'.
Shares have fallen after a terror attack struck Barcelona. The FTSE 100 index was down 63.89 at 7323.98.
Linda Walker wasn’t particularly surprised to receive a call from someone saying they worked for BT. She followed the man’s instructions, and provided bank security details.
Any normal Ferrari 365 GTB/4 in a similar condition to this one would be worth no more than £500,000 on today's market. This 1969 model is expected to sell for three times that amount.
This Z4 concept was officially showcased on Thursday ahead of the car going on sale in 2018. And what you see today is pretty much what you should expect to get in 12 month's time.
David Miles, a former Bank of England member, and colleague James Sefton argue in an influential report that house prices could continue to defy gravity.
The 0.4 per cent figure from the Office for National Statistics reveals faster growth than most economists predicted. Forecasts suggested growth of 0.3 per cent.
The rural area in the south of England was lauded for having good weather and a low crime rate in Prudential's updated Quality of Retirement Index.
Sir Martin Sorrell’s WPP is facing its worst year in a decade as the world’s largest advertising group was forced to slash growth forecasts for the second time after sales went into reverse in the first half.
Savers are being snared by deals which contain temporary bonus rates that drop off after a year. Banks and building societies are launching accounts which pay 1.3 for a limited time only.
More than 1,600 public figures, doctors and judges poured around £1.2 billion into the scheme from 2005 until 2009, before its legality was questioned by HM Revenue & Customs.
Asian shares hit a 10-year peak last night with investors breathing a sigh of relief as North Korean fears eased and the worst-case scenario from Hurricane Irma looked to have been avoided.
Michael Gove said he hoped Theresa May would remain prime minister after party divisions over her future burst into the open, revealing a plot by up to 30 MPs to unseat her.