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Year on year Lloyds Banking Group PLC had revenues fall -23.18% from 40.90bn to 31.42bn, though the company grew net income 24.44% from 3.46bn to 4.30bn.
Gross margin--
Net profit margin11.69%
Operating margin15.20%
Return on assets0.53%
Return on equity7.91%
Return on investment--
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Cash flow in GBPView more

In 2018, cash reserves at Lloyds Banking Group PLC fell by 3.48bn. However, Cash Flow from Investing totalled 11.92bn, indicating this company earned more from the sale of existing assets than it spent on the purchase of new assets. In addition the company used 11.11bn for operations while cash used for financing totalled 4.30bn.
Cash flow per share0.0962
Price/Cash flow per share5.54
Book value per share0.6904
Tangible book value per share0.5313
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Balance sheet in GBPView more

Lloyds Banking Group PLC uses little or no debt in its capital structure.
Current ratio--
Quick ratio--
Total debt/total equity2.40
Total debt/total capital--
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Growth rates in GBP

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Div yield(5 year avg)0.04%
Div growth rate (5 year)--
Payout ratio (TTM)60.18%
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