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Self help required

20 January 2009 By George Hay

Public ownership of UK banks is still a huge risk. But neither the banks nor the government want it. The catalysts would be a run, or more writedowns requiring statefunded recapitalisations. But investors who see a definite floor may yet provide capital, and save themselves.

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