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LIBOR Manipulation Redux" rel="bookmark">LIBOR Manipulation Redux

Back in 2008 my very first blog entry was about LIBOR and whether or not it was a real or imag­i­nary inter­est rate.
Since that time I wrote another six arti­cles on the topic and got sin­gled out by the British Banker’s Asso­ci­a­tion, the pub­lish­ers of LIBOR, for spe­cial treat­ment and criticism.

Start­ing about two weeks ago it became clear that back in 2008 I was onto some­thing because LIBOR is back in the news — only this time it is in the news because it is the sub­ject of inves­ti­ga­tions by U.S. reg­u­la­tors and pros­e­cu­tors, British reg­u­la­tors and Japan­ese reg­u­la­tors.
It seems that my 2008 rant­i­ngs back that LIBOR may have been manip­u­lated, and my calls for inves­ti­ga­tions into the mat­ter, were right on tar­get.
You can read the old LIBOR posts here and read my newest LIBOR post, which was pub­lished today on the Huff­in­g­ton Post, here.
Thanks for reading.
Posted in: BANKS, Finance, LIBOR

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