Barclays' (BARC) full-year figures were overshadowed by its long-awaited strategic review - started by chief executive Anthony Jenkins following his appointment in August. The plan is to shed staff, hack costs and refocus on the UK, US and Africa. Following last summer's £290m LIBOR-rigging fine, Mr Jenkins believes that's needed to "regain the trust of our various stakeholders and begin to restore our reputation".
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