The Signal I’m Waiting For

20.05.2016 • Politics and War

From the Fleet Street Letter (Great Britain) – British banks collapsed in 2008. They were lending aggressively in the run up and have paid the price since.

Eight years is a long time for them to repair the damage. They still face low interest rates, a weak economy and the challenge from the tech incumbents.

The good news is that they are attractively valued. This month’s letter shows you what needs to happen next for them to become a buy.

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