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Rights turn wrong

19 May 2008 By George Hay

Both Royal Bank of Scotland and Bradford & Bingley are trading below their initial theoretical exrights prices. A doomladen economic outlook, shortselling, or both could be to blame. Yet things could get even worse for banks wanting to raise equity later in the year.

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