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Thu, Feb 23 2017

CORRECTED-British government cuts stake in Lloyds to below 4 percent

LONDON, Feb 23 The British government said on Thursday it has further reduced its stake in Lloyds Banking Group, a day after the bank posted its highest profit since before the 2007-2009 global financial crisis.

Lloyds and Barratt help Britain's FTSE edge higher

LONDON, Feb 22 Britain's top share index edged up on Wednesday as Lloyds reported its highest annual profit in a decade and the UK's biggest housebuilder Barratt announced upbeat results.

UPDATE 2-Britain's Lloyds hits 10-year profit high as new era beckons

* Shares climb 4 pct, top in FTSE 100 (Adds shares, EU subsidiary plans)

BRIEF-Lloyds raises 2016 bonuses

* Total bonus outcome has increased year-on-year to 392.9 million pounds (from 353.7 million pounds in 2015).

BRIEF-Lloyds Banking Group 2016 statutory profit before tax 4.2 billion stg

* Lloyds banking group full year underlying profit 7.9 billion stg

Exclusive: Lloyds Bank closes in on Berlin as post-Brexit EU hub - sources

LONDON Lloyds Banking Group is close to selecting Berlin as a European base to secure market access to the European Union when Britain leaves the bloc, sources told Reuters.

Lloyds joins new British banking cyber defence alliance -sources

LONDON, Feb 9 Lloyds Banking Group is the latest bank to join a new British cyber security group for banks called the Cyber Defence Alliance (CDA), sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

Lloyds bows to pressure to review HBOS fraud compensation claims

LONDON Lloyds Banking Group is to review the cases of British businesses which lost out in a 245 million pound ($303 million) fraud for which six people were jailed last week.

UPDATE 1-Lloyds bows to pressure to review HBOS fraud compensation claims

* Six people convicted and given combined 47 years in jail (Adds details)

Lloyds to review customers impacted by HBOS loan scandal

LONDON, Feb 7 Lloyds Banking Group said it is undertaking a review of customer cases impacted by two corrupt former bankers who helped orchestrate a 245 million pound ($302.92 million) fraud that siphoned off money from struggling businesses.

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