Lloyds shares fell 4% in early trading after the bank announced 3,000 jobs would be lost in a cost-cutting drive, as the group warns of a "deceleration of growth" following the Brexit vote.
According to the BBC, the bank plans to axe 3,000 roles in addition to the 9,000 job cuts announced in 2014. It also plans to double the number of branch closures, with 200 more branches set to shut...
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