The Treasury has finally begun to sell down the taxpayer's huge stake in bailed-out bank Royal Bank of Scotland(LSE: RBS), raising £2 billion from its initial sale of 600 million shares — representing about a 5% stake in the bank. That seems a good start, until you remember we taxpayers paid 502p a share back in 2009...
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