British bank Lloyds about the second half of the year as possible to pay dividends. Next week, the British regulator decides whether the financial concern this, after 6.5 years, may do it again. The signs resemble them positive, according to the British newspaper Financial Times Sunday.
The last time that Lloyds had made a distribution to its shareholders in 2008, before the bank ran into difficulties and had to ask the British government for help. The British government pumped 20 billion pounds in Lloyds, which has since reorganized considerably with the loss of thousands of jobs as a result. The results of Lloyds strongly.
The British government has a 25 percent stake in Lloyds.