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Despite Boost, Bank Value Dwindle

Investors have fled from the world's largest banks. Tumbling stock prices have dropped the likes of Citigroup and HSBC from lists of the world's most valuable companies, as measured by market value. The depreciated prices leave banks more vulnerable because it doesn't take as much money to buy a majority stake. That has forced a debate about whether governments trying to help banks should simply nationalize them.


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Article | President Obama's top advisers are in the final stages of debating several perilous options to right the financial system, all of which are likely to prove unpopular and in some cases carry a significant risk of failure, according to sources in contact with the officials.
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Treasury Weighs Hard Choices To Save Banks
Article | President Obama's top advisers are in the final stages of debating several perilous options to right the financial system, all of which are likely to prove unpopular and in some cases carry a significant risk of failure, according to sources in contact with the officials.

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