Time to buy the banks?

We explain why the market is taking a fresh look at Lloyds Banking Group, HSBC and other banking stocks
Thursday 13 Jul 2017 Author: David Stevenson
Banks were put through the ringer in the aftermath of the global financial crisis of 2008. Not only did the main players’ share prices collapse, a seemingly constant flurry of alleged rate fixing and misselling of products began. Bank bashing became a national pastime. Almost a decade on, there are signs that this once dominant sector of the FTSE 100 is back with a vengeance. Is it time to...

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