LLOYD’s of London has suffered fresh fallout from the World Trade Centre attacks, with one of its highest profile members calling on the market to cease trading and halt fund-raising until it can.

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Companies hit by Brexit include Countrywide, Rolls Royce and lloyds banking group. also recorded a second consecutive quarter of net outflows, with investors withdrawing £1.4bn from its funds in.

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Bank shares await the verdict of post-Brexit economic history. The share price chart for Lloyds at 54p gives little guidance. However, well capitalised and on above-average earnings and dividend yields (an estimated 13.6% and 7.4% consensus last seen) the shares look a hold and a speculative buy for those who take a more cheerful view of Brexit Britain.

Could Brexit result in a downgrade of any of the financial strength ratings for the Lloyd’s market or any financial strength ratings in respect of our individual managed syndicate(s)? If so, what contractual consequences might there be? What impact could Brexit have on the credit ratings of our counterparties and our risk exposures to them?

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The ICB has said the new regulation could result in a cost of between £4bn and £7bn for Britain’s banks . However, speaking earlier today on the BBC, Vince Cable dismissed these costs to the sector.

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which would have handed the latter’s investors 36.5pc of the combined entity, to 1.2125 shares – increasing the proportion to be owned by Virgin Money shareholders to 38pc. It did not add a cash.

unlike rivals Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland, was able to avoid needing a bailout. Accepting state help would have given ministers a say over its casino banking operation and multi-million-pound.

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