Bashed banks: Are 'shadow banks' the real opportunity?

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Banking stocks have underperformed at a time when they should be considered a prime investment. Instead, pseudo-banks are emerging as the real game-changers, says Walker Crips' Chris Kitchenham

Banks have traditionally been core holdings in most portfolios and, despite the sharp falls since the heady days of 2007, the sector still makes up 11.3% of the FTSE All-Share. However, recent returns...

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