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Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and the investors suing the bank over its £12 billion ($15.6 billion) rights issue have been given until Thursday to declare whether a settlement had been reached. (AP)

RBS Rights Trial Postponed Until June As Settlement Nears

"Logistical problems” in contacting a small number of the thousands of investors who are suing Royal Bank of Scotland PLC over its £12 billion ($15.6 billion) rights issue are preventing the two sides from reaching a formal settlement, counsel for the investors told London's High Court on Wednesday.

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