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Despite US assurances, nationalization fears loom

The government owns $52 billion in Citigroup preferred shares, more than five times the value of the bank's common stock as of last week. The government owns $52 billion in Citigroup preferred shares, more than five times the value of the bank's common stock as of last week. (Jin Lee/Bloomberg News)
By Steven Syre
Globe Columnist / February 24, 2009

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