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>> The Royal Bank of Scotland reported its first full year profit in a decade on Friday, a milestone worth celebrating. But investors didn't come to the party, instead its shares fell 4.6%, after the bank gave no update on a multibillion dollar misconduct charge, that had hope to settle last year.
The bank was bailed out to the tune of 45 billion pounds during the financial crisis and the government wants to sell down is 71% stake, but can't while that threat of a major fine from the US Department of Justice still lingers. While RBS made an annual profit of 752 million pounds, compared with an almost 7 billion dollar loss the year before, it warned that this year would also see a hit to costs, as it ramps up its restructuring.