Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) Is Shrinking Offices In England

The share values of Lloyds Banking Group, like those of many other companies, began to fall in early 2020 because of the Covid-19 effects. The maximum share price was 67.25GBP in December 2019, and it dropped to 27.73GBP after five months. Throughout the year, the share price remained low. However, at the end of the year it began to rise steadily. The financial indications are stronger in 2021. On the 16th of July, it opened at 46.74GBP and closed at 45.72GBP decreasing by 1.80% from the previous close. The average volume is greater than the total volume by 49 million GBP. The EPS is 2.70. Lloyds Banking Group is closing 44 additional bank offices in England and Wales, claiming that consumers are NOT utilizing them as frequently as they once were.

Following the announcement of further branch reductions by the FTSE 100 company, it is currently on track to shut 100 branches in 2021, leaving it with 779 Lloyds Bank branches, 560 Halifax branches, and 184 Bank of Scotland branches.

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