A pedestrian walks past the logo of the Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS), and a cash dispenser as the bank announced its results for 2012 in London, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. Part-nationaliz

 

              A pedestrian walks past the logo of the Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS), and a cash dispenser as the bank announced its results for 2012 in London, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. Part-nationaliz
A pedestrian walks past the logo of the Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS), and a cash dispenser as the bank announced its results for 2012 in London, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. Part-nationalized RBS said Thursday it ended 2012 with massive losses after it set aside more cash to compensate customers who were mis-sold financial products and to pay fines related to a rate-rigging scandal. The bank, which is 82 percent owned by British taxpayers, said its fourth quarter losses increased 44 percent from a year earlier, to 2.60 billion pounds. That led to a full-year loss of 5.97 billion pounds ($9 billion), up from a shortfall of 2 billion pounds in 2011.(AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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