Business secretary Vince Cable has said investors' expectations on possible return from bank stocks are "hopelessly unrealistic".
In a speech to the Association of British Insurers (ABI) Cable rebuffed claims that British banks are "uninvestable" but said investors' expectations of returns was unworkable. The Telegraph reports...
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