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First cut is the cheapest

11 Feb 2014 By Dominic Elliott, George Hay

The UK lender has cut 196 bln stg from its swollen balance sheet, while sticking to dividend pledges. But its investment bank is paying staff more only to generate less. Until Barclays can cover its cost of capital in the business, the shares deserve to trade at a discount.

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