On Monday, Shares of Lloyds Banking Group PLC (ADR)(NYSE:LYG), subtract -0.75% and closed at $2.64 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $2.63 and $2.66. The company’s Market capitalization is $44.25 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 71.37 billion. Lloyds Banking Group plc provides banking and financial services to individual and business customers in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company operates through four segments: Retail, Commercial Banking, Consumer Finance, and Insurance. The Retail segment offers a range of financial service products, counting current accounts, savings, personal loans, and mortgages to wealth and small business customers; and distributes insurance, protection and credit cards, and a range of long-term savings and investment products. The Commercial Banking segment provides lending, transactional banking, working capital administration, risk administration, and debt capital markets services, in addition to private equity financing to various clients comprising small and medium-sized companies, mid-markets, corporates, and financial institutions. The Consumer Finance segment offers motor finance, credit cards, European mortgages and deposit taking, and car leasing services to consumers and commercial customers. The Insurance segment provides long-term savings, retirement solutions, and protection products through the intermediaries and direct channels; home insurance products through branch network, direct channels, and planned corporate partners; and annuities.
Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE:KSS), jumped 0.04% and closed at $46.15 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $45.71 and $46.46. The company’s Market capitalization is $8.50 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 180.00 million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $33.87 and reached to max level of $52.06. Kohl’s (KSS) declared recently the nationwide launch of Kohl’s Pay, a convenient mobile payment option which integrates the Kohl’s Charge private label credit card into the popular Kohl’s mobile app. Kohl’s Pay allows the more than 25 million active card holders across the country to pay for their in-store purchases with their Kohl’s Charge card directly from their mobile device. Kohl’s Pay also brings customers the added convenience of seamlessly applying their Kohl’s offers, Kohl’s Cash and Yes2You Rewards with a single transaction right from the mobile device at checkout.
“Kohl’s Pay truly redefines convenience for our loyal Kohl’s Charge customers by simplifying the checkout and payment experience – making it easier than ever to shop in store this holiday season,” said Ratnakar Lavu, Kohl’s chief technology officer. “We’re combining value and convenience by bringing together the incredible savings opportunities that our customers love like Kohl’s Cash and our Yes2You Rewards loyalty program with the ability to pay with a Kohl’s Charge, all from your mobile device.”
On the otherhand Bank of New York Mellon Corp (NYSE:BK), jumped 0.27% and closed at $40.68 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $40.63 and $40.95. The company’s Market capitalization is $43.26 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.07 billion. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $32.20 and reached to max level of $44.73. BNY Mellon, a global leader in investment administration and investment services, declared recently that its Board of Directors has elected Elizabeth Robinson, the former Global Treasurer of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., as an independent director, effective right away. With the addition of Robinson, BNY Mellon’s Board will have 12 directors, 11 of whom are independent. Robinson will also be included in BNY Mellon’s slate of nominees for election to the Board at the 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders.
“We are delighted to welcome Liz to our Board,” said BNY Mellon Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gerald L. Hassell. “Liz will be a great asset to BNY Mellon as we continue to execute on our planned and regulatory programs.”
Robinson will join the Finance and Risk Committees of BNY Mellon’s Board of Directors.
Robinson, 47, joined Goldman Sachs in 1990 in the Investment Banking Division. She became the Global Treasurer in 2005 and a partner in 2006. As Treasurer, Robinson managed Goldman Sachs’ liquidity risk, balance sheet, and capital, funded the firm’s global businesses and worked with external stakeholders. Robinson stepped down as Treasurer at the end of 2015 and, until August 2016, served as an Advisory Director and a member of the Board of Directors of Goldman Sachs Bank USA.