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Confidence game

6 August 2007

Lehman nearly failed in 1998 due to rumours of big losses. Salomon became acquisition fodder after its Treasury manipulation debacle. And Drexel couldn’t be saved. Now Bear has ousted its markets chief. But it must show it’s a Lehman, or at worse a Solly and not a Drexel.

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