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Deferred gratification

25 Oct 2017 By Peter Thal Larsen

Robust third-quarter earnings should enable Britain’s largest retail bank to pay a hefty dividend. But increased capital requirements have raised doubts about how much it can distribute. That, along with the sluggish UK economy, puts a question mark over the lender’s valuation.

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