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Sun 7th Feb 16, 20:18:31

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - HSBC's board is expected to come to a decision on the location of its headquarters in the coming days after an unexpectedly long-running review of the future of the British-based bank. Bosses launched the review last year and initially expected to reach a conclusion by the end of 2015. Investors are increasingly convinced that the bank will not quit the UK. - The Sunday Telegraph

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