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Think it through

22 March 2010 By George Hay

The exact sum would depend on which parts of the balance sheet are taxed and what rate is used. But one thing is clear: as a proportion of earnings, RBS and Lloyds would be hardest hit for the simple reason that their earnings power is lower than Barclays and HSBC.

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