LONDON -- Bloodied but unbowed, Barclays Bank PLC is trying to find new footing in the United States.

After losing nearly $630 million in the United States last year, the London-based bank is selling off more than $6 billion in low-margin and problem loans, and has turned management of its U.S. operations over to Barclays de Zoete Wedd, its investment banking arm.

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