Leak table, June 21 2002

  • 21 Jun 2002
Amsterdam's security services should have been put on full alert last Friday when SNS bank unleashed some of the MTN market's naughtiest boys on the Dutch capital. The car racing party was a great success. Deutsche Bank's Chris Jones was pulled over for driving his vintage car the wrong way ...

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4 Barclays 102,724.49 401 6.27%
5 Deutsche Bank 83,239.76 333 5.08%

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