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Late expectations

3 August 2016 By George Hay

The UK bank will take longer than planned to hit pretty modest return targets. Yet shares surged. Relief that the turnaround is on track and a bombed-out valuation explain why. If it can sell $7 billion of toxic assets for a good price, investors may even be pleasantly surprised.

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