The bad debt bogey

Whitfield, Bruce
February 2009
Finweek;2/5/2009, p16
The article reports on the financial performance of investors in South Africa. Barclays PLC reveals the need of a new capital and government bail-out to pacify the investors of various British-based groups. Moreover, Barclays has anticipated a staggering impairment increase to 8 billion pounds in 2009..


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