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Does it require a recap of £2bn or £4bn?

15/05/20 -"Our opinion has been negative for a long time. Due to the FY 19 figures, we believe that a £2bn recap is likely to be insufficient. As a consequence, the issuance price of new shares will leave no ..."

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