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Libor requests need not break rules, court hears

Published on Thursday 9th of March 2017 11:08:42 PM in BBC

A prosecution witness in the trial of two bankers for manipulating Libor interest rates has accepted banks could put rates higher or lower without necessarily breaking the rules.Former Barclays traders Ryan Reich and Stelios Contogoulas are accused of conspiracy to defraud by rigging Libor.The Libor rate ...

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