Lifeline for Lloyds' investors in high interest bond fight

Laura Miller
Lifeline for Lloyds' investors in high interest bond fight

Investors in bonds issued by Lloyds Bank are to have have their appeal heard by the highest court in the land in a fight against the lender's attempts to repurchase their assets at cut price.

The Supreme Court announced the decision yesterday, the Telegraph reported. The repurchase at "par" or face value was due to take place today. Lloyds may now cancel or delay the buy-back in ligh...

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