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17 November 2008 By John Foley

With the shares of RBS, HBOS and Lloyds plummeting, the taxpayer looks likely to pick up the tab for £28bn in ordinary equity. Meanwhile, schemes to turn a quick profit from selling on £9bn of preference shares don t really stack up.

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