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Canary in the coalmine

1 May 2007 By John Foley

The bank has sold its Docklands tower for £1.1bn, the highest price ever paid for a UK building and at a low rental yield of 4%. Space is scant in the world’s financial capital, and liquidity abundant. As long as there’s a wall of cash, prices can stay sky high.

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