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Once bitten, twice sell

9 August 2011 By Antony Currie

They wiped $100 bln off the 20 largest U.S. institutions on Monday. It may be panic selling. But most big banks are back below book value. Shareholders might not believe a 2008-like crash is coming, but the rout suggests they’d rather get out first and ask questions later.

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