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Barclays's Jenkins Says `serious' Problems In European Unit

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http://www.zerohedge.com/article/probably-not-good

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS `SERIOUS' PROBLEMS IN EUROPEAN UNIT

For those who may have forgotten, back in the summer of 2007 Bear Stearns had some problems with some of its own units as well...

And some of the other soundbites:

BARCLAYS CEO SAYS BARCAP IS REDUCING CREDIT MARKET EXPOSURE

BARCLAYS CEO SAYS BANK DOESN'T USE RETAIL DEPOSITS FOR INV BANK

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS 2013 INT RATES TO RISE 100 BASIS POINTS

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS COMPETITION HAS INTENSIFIED IN THE UK

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS BANK CLOSED FINANCIAL PLANNING UNIT

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS ECONOMIC RECOVERY TO BE 'SLOW'

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS RESTRUCTURING TO REDUCE HEADCOUNT

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS RESTRUCTURING IN SPAIN IS 'COMPLEX'

BARCLAYS'S JENKINS SAYS : PLAN IS ABOUT EXECUTION, 'ORGANIC GROWTH'

Although now the taxpayer may not have to buy in directly as the BoE may just lend the money in secret.

What's the European unit been up to?

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Although now the taxpayer may not have to buy in directly as the BoE may just lend the money in secret.

What's the European unit been up to?

Trying to grow its business and muscle into the Mediterranean markets retail banking markets. I had to look around the internet to actually find what the story was behind this. The European retail operation is pretty insignificant compared to the rest of the bank, even if the problems are "serious".

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