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Well put

8 October 2010 By George Hay

The Abu Dhabi prince has exercised his remaining warrants in the UK bank while hedging his exposure, locking in a 62 percent return on his credit crunch investment. He still benefits if Barclays shares rise. But if the UK decides to break up its big banks, he has some protection.

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