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Medicine for melancholy

6 October 2017 By Christopher Thompson

The three biggest banks plan to jointly manage their bad debts rather than selling them off. They have little choice. With common equity Tier one capital ratios averaging 11 percent and earnings depressed, lenders can ill-afford further hits to capital.

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