Lloyds Banking Group has returned to private ownership after the government sold its final stake in the company, achieving £900m in nominal profit.
Following the global financial crisis, the government bailed out the bank for £20.3bn in 2009 by taking a 43% stake. It began selling off the shares in portions in September 2013 and has now sold off...
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