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Consistently inconsistent

3 August 2005 By Mike Verdin

A 37% fall in Q2 earnings is not just down to a legal charge. Revenues from fixed income trading and underwriting junk bonds slumped. The bank has forecast better market conditions. It needs to make the most of them to keep its share price rising.

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