Home > Social Analysis

Most trending topics in Business & Finance ( last 24 hours ):
Holiday Flight Passenger Ryanair Bankruptcy Protection Bankrupt Toys R Us Private Sector Business Leader Artificial Intelligence Insurance Supermarket Inflation Discount Aldi Lidl Retailer Investigation Contract Growth Rate Central Bank Economy Global Economy Debt Airline Netflix Bonus Brexit Profit Profit Before Tax Annual Report New Car Billionaire New Jobs Businessman Employee Cost Of Living Cadbury

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 ...

Social Trend Analysis for "Libor requests need not break rules, court hears"

How did this BBC news article about Business fare in social circles?
  • Total number of Likes, Shares, Tweets, Re-Tweets, Pins, Bookmarks & Stumbles :
    21
  • Amongst social networks, this article was most active on Linkedin
  • Total shares on Linkedin : 13
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 7
  • Total Pins on Pintrest : 1
  • Social Analysis Summary

    Total Trend count
    21
    Most trending on :
    13 7 1

    Related Latest Finance News

    Ministers launch group to help boost green business investment image
    Source : Guardian [Read Article] Monday 18th of September 2017 05:28:07 PM
    ....”. Members of the Green Finance Taskforce include the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange, a senior adviser to the Bank of England, representatives from Barclays, HSBC and Aviva, and representatives from the public sector and academia. ...
    The elderly could do with a national wealthcare service image
    Source : Guardian [Read Article] Saturday 16th of September 2017 06:00:04 AM
    .... The banks have a role to play here. Barclays has a great “digital eagles” programme that gives practical support to older adults at “tea and teach” sessions, helping them set up passwords, send emails, shop online and use Skype and Facetime. ...
    Is it worth getting a garden office? image
    Source : Guardian [Read Article] Saturday 16th of September 2017 06:00:04 AM
    ...
    Related to :
    Barclays' head of whistleblowing to leave after dropping employment case image
    Source : Guardian [Read Article] Friday 15th of September 2017 03:32:40 PM
    . The head of whistleblowing at Barclays is to leave the bank at a time when the bank’s chief executive, Jes Staley, is being investigated over his attempts to unmask a whistleblower. ...
    Prospect of interest rate rise sends pound back to level of Brexit result day image
    ....Economists said the Bank had been having difficulty communicating its view on interest rates, which in 2014 led MPs to accuse its governor, Mark Carney, of behaving like an “unreliable boyfriend” by giving mixed messages as to when rates might move. Economists at Barclays said they expect a rate rise in November: “We believe the MPC is ready to take the risk of a hike, even faced with disappointing data, as it has boxed itself into a corner. ...
    UK interest rates: What could an increase mean for British families and companies? image
    Source : Independent [Read Article] Thursday 14th of September 2017 12:45:00 PM
    ...
    Related to :
    Bell Pottinger unlikely to honour payments to co-founder Tim Bell image
    Source : Guardian [Read Article] Wednesday 13th of September 2017 01:42:52 PM
    ....”. Before the scandal, Bell Pottinger had accumulated debts understood to be in the region of £5m owed to Barclays bank, in part related to payouts to a number of former management, including Bell. ...
    UK's high street banks are accident waiting to happen, says report image
    Source : Guardian [Read Article] Tuesday 12th of September 2017 11:01:48 PM
    ....9%. Royal Bank of Scotland failed the test and Barclays and Standard Chartered would both have struggled to cope. ...

    Page rendered in 2.9974 seconds.