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Hargreaves Lansdown: Should investors sell their TSB shares?

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Written by: Laith Khalaf, senior analyst, Hargreaves Lansdown
20/03/2015
Around 30 per cent of TSB’s floated shares went to retail investors, so many DIY investors will today be mulling over the takeover offer by Banco Sabadell, and the recent surge in TSB’s share price.   

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