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Impaired vision

12 January 2009 By George Hay

UK banks could have enough capital to absorb losses in a deep recession. But forecast losses are very sensitive to assumptions. And banks don’t just need capital to take hits from past loans: they must also make new loans, and win the confidence of investors, says George Hay.

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