U.K. Banks Said to Be Rattled by Regulator’s Silence on Capital

U.K. Banks Said to Be Rattled by Regulator’s Silence on Capital

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A pedestrian shelters from the rain beneath an umbrella as he passes the closed main doors of the Bank of England in London. Britain’s lenders have been selling units and detailing plans to bolster their businesses since the central bank initially said in November it was concerned that banks weren’t holding enough capital.