The Lloyds Banking Group (LSE: LLOY) share price fell sharply when Russia invaded Ukraine last Thursday, but the bank also released its 2021 results on this day.
Historically, buying shares of Lloyds (LSE:LLOY) hasn’t exactly been a lucrative move for investors. Over the last five years, the stock price has fallen by nearly 20%. And while dividends have helped offset the losses, the returns remain mediocre. But over the last 12 months, the Lloyds share price has been rising.
Is Lloyd’s Bank a buy?
Lloyds has a buy consensus rating and an average target price of £0.58, according to MarketBeat. However, it is also worth noting the low target price of £0.49. Whether LLOY stock is a suitable buy for your investment portfolio depends on your personal financial situation and risk tolerance.
Will Lloyds pay a dividend in 2021?
The next Lloyds Banking Group plc dividend will go ex in 10 days for 1.33p and will be paid in 2 months.
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The all-time high Lloyds Banking Group stock closing price was 47.37 on May 06, 2002. The Lloyds Banking Group 52-week high stock price is 3.00, which is 17.6% above the current share price. The Lloyds Banking Group 52-week low stock price is 2.09, which is 18% below the current share price.
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Is Lloyds Bank being shorted?
There are currently no open short positions in Lloyds.
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Is Lloyds Bank Profitable?
Lloyds Banking Group has become the latest lending giant to post a bumper annual profit after releasing Covid loan loss provisions and seeing mortgage lending surge. The group, which is the country’s biggest lender, posted an annual pre-tax profit of £6.9billion in 2021, up from £1.2billion the year before.