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Something for nothing

16 September 2008 By George Hay

Like a sharpeyed vulture, the UK bank is moving on mortally wounded prey. Barclays hopes to grab Lehman’s retrievable assets while avoiding its toxic securities, the main stumbling block before. The price: close to zero. The catch: it has to move very quickly.

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