NYSEARCA: EWU ) gaining 0.3% . Looking at U.K. bank ADRs: RBS ( RBS +1.2% ), Barclays ( BCS -0.9% ), Lloyds ( LYG +0.5% ), HSBC ( HSBC -0.2% ). Dealing with its own separatist movement, Spain (NYSEARCA: EWP ) managed just a 0
constituencies now final, unionists had won 55% of the vote and separatists had 45%. Shares of stocks exposed to Scotland like Royal Bank of Scotland (NYSE: RBS ) and Lloyds (NYSE: LYG ) indicate early gains of 2-3%. Post your comment!
Catalonia. The U.K. banks are showing little nervousness, with Barclays ( BCS +0.8% ), RBS ( RBS +0.8% ), and Lloyds ( LYG +1.5% ) all in the green, and HSBC ( HSBC ) just marginally lower. ETFs: EWU , EWUS , FKU , DXPS , DBUK , QGBR 1 comment
to come out of a potentially independent Scotland. It looks like a lot of the big banks, [TICKER:RBS] RBS and [TICKER: LYG ] Lloyds, will actually move from Scotland to London and still be under the Bank of England. If this were to happen, you
morning in wake of the weekend poll. ETFs: FXB , GBB Other possibilities would include buying the British banks - BCS , RBS , LYG , HSBC , OTCPK:SCBFF - which have also been under pressure on worry of a break-up. Previously: RBS, Lloyds to relocate
By Wall Street Breakfast : Economy President Barack Obama has authorized U.S. airstrikes in Syria and has asked Congress for $500M to train and arm Syrian rebels under a broad campaign to defeat ISIS. Highlighting the need to build an allied coalition against Islamic State, Obama has already sent
Both Royal Bank of Scotland (NYSE: RBS ) and Lloyds (NYSE: LYG ) have confirmed that they will relocate to England, should Scottish independence be declared next week. RBS says independence
drop thanks to worries over Scottish independence - HSBC upgrades Lloyds (NYSE: LYG ), Barclays (NYSE: BCS ), and itself (NYSE: HSBC ) to Overweight. LYG +1.9% , BCS +1.3% , HSBC +0.2% premarket Post your comment!
to KPMG, the U.K.'s largest banks - BCS , RBS , HSBC , LYG , OTCPK:SCBFF - have cut consumer and business lending by ..... Scottish independence jitters. BCS -3.5% , RBS -4.1% , LYG -4.9% , HSBC -2% . Previously: Cable tumbles over Scotland
and today agree to buy 144 hotels leased to the company in a deal valued at about $830M. Among the owners is Lloyds (NYSE: LYG ), which is busily shedding noncore assets. The budget-hotel chain operates 500 hotels and 38K rooms in the U.K., Ireland