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Apr 24 - Markets closed

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If HSBC is willing to quit, has the attack on banks gone too far?
For Ben Longrigg, one of the hundreds of HSBC shareholders who passed through the doors of Westminster's QEII Conference Centre on Friday to attend its annual meeting, the location of the bank's headquarters was not the first thing on the agenda.
HSBC threats are not enough. Someone needs to quit  
HSBC Chair: Hong Kong 'interesting' as new HQ  
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