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Pressure To Nationalise Lloyds And Rbs Grows

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Barclays shares tumble, pressure to nationalise Lloyds and RBS grows

SHARES in banking giant Barclays took a fresh pummelling today as investors continued to fret over the outlook for the beleaguered industry.

Barclays bore the brunt of the sector's latest slump, falling 19.7p to 53.2p during a volatile start to trading.

In a joint article, Mr McFall and Mr Moulton wrote: "Let's get it over with - nationalise the pair of them."

It'll be this week, as the voices are getting louder by the day. Lloyds have collapsed this morning with no good news is sight.

What's Gordon waiting for?? :blink::unsure:

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I really don't understand why Lloyds is in the frame. Weren't they criticised during the boom years for not being as aggressive and 'brave' as banks like Northern Rock? I though that was precisely why they were in a position to take over HBOS. Or has that takeover been so disastrous that its already threatening the survival of Lloyds itself?

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I really don't understand why Lloyds is in the frame. Weren't they criticised during the boom years for not being as aggressive and 'brave' as banks like Northern Rock?

Panic as overtaken Greed.

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