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Difficult to call

5 August 2009 By George Hay

The UK bank thinks bad debts have peaked and is less bearish on house prices. The market has cheered Lloyds reduced pessimism. But before buying the shares, investors must satisfy themselves that the lender’s perceived green shoots are genuine and that regulators will lay off.

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