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Barbed-wire fence

14 September 2011 By Peter Thal Larsen

Britain’s banking commission wants big lenders to hold extra buffers of debt that can be written down in a crisis, and for depositors to be repaid before other creditors. UK bank funding costs will rise. But the hit should be manageable – as long as other countries follow suit.

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