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  • FX round-up: Election uncertainty weighs on sterling

    Sterling finished the week lower on uncertainty ahead of the next elections and ahead of the Bank holiday.

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  • Bonds: US bond yields dragged higher by correction in Bunds

    These were the movements in some of the most widely followed long-term sovereign bonds:

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  • Sunday tips: Lloyds, Vedanta

    The Conservative party's decision to sell the state's remaining stake in Lloyds - should it retain power - is a cockamamie scheme, as it would impose extra costs on the bank. Management should be focused on executing strategy, not on fulfilling election pledges. Nonetheless, the equity story for retail investors - who can already buy in now - is still decent. The stock offers an attractive 5.1% dividend yield and the lender looks like it has the ability to pay. Growth in the loan book, at 2%, was unexciting over the first quarter. Likewise, the shares are trading at 1.3 times book value, the highest such valuation of any major UK bank. However, net interest margin jumped from 2.3% to 2.6% courtesy of better pricing on deposits. That suggests the dividend should not be a problem. Furthermore, at 13.4% of assets capital looks solid although there is still potential for more misconduct charges, says the Financial Times's Lex column.

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  • Global Markets Weekly - 05 May 2015
    What goes up must come down
  • Restrictions in relation to contingent convertible instruments
    The Financial Conduct Authority issued a press release stating they were restricting firms from distributing Contingent Convertible Instruments to the mass retail market effective from 1 October 2014.
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  • Important Information for clients
    Fraud is an ongoing issue across the banking industry, and it is important to be vigilant in order to minimise the risk of being affected.
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