them are trading below what they would be worth if the company were broken up and sold in pieces.

That is the conclusion reached by Thomas R. Hain, a thrift analyst at Lehman Brothers & Co. He said if some thrifts were stripped of everything except their deposits, their liquidation value would be higher than their current market values.

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