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The bank capital hit parade

4 November 2008 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

Since Lehman went bust, banks have scrambled to raise capital. Some have paid through the nose; others have got surprisingly cheap terms. Jeffrey Goldfarb and Hugo Dixon rank 10 deals private schemes like Goldman and Barclays, as well as state bailouts.

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