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11 December 2020 By Liam Proud

The supervisor will let HSBC, Lloyds and others resume dividends and share buybacks next year. But its new “guardrails” will limit the sector’s overall yield to around 2%. While the original ban made sense, lingering restrictions may further raise banks’ cost of capital.

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