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Demand your rights

28 November 2007 By Robert Cyran

The rush by strapped US financial institutions to raise capital exposes a weakness of American capitalism. New investors often get stakes at bargain prices. The UK rights system is preferable. It partially compensates existing shareholders for dilution and loss of control.

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