Bank officials admit US bailouts 'better' than UK's

Holt, Natalie
January 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);1/16/2013, p18
The article offers information on the views of British bank officials on U.S. bailouts. It states that officials believes that U.S. bailouts are better than the British bailouts. It mentions that Lloyds & Co. is reportedly considering selling its 60 percent stake in a bid to boost capital and shrink its investment banking arms.


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