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Could the government sell Lloyds Banking Group at 7.5p a share?

George Osborne postponed the sale of Lloyds (LSE: LLOY) shares to taxpayers in January, which pundits blamed on the share price falling below taxpayers’ breakeven level. But what if that breakeven price was lower than anyone had calculated before?

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