Kara Scannell

Financial Times

Guest

US regulatory correspondent for the Financial Times; former reporter for the Wall Street Journal, covering the Securities and Exchange Commission

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The latest global financial scandal may be the biggest of all, involving a benchmark used to set interest rates for contracts worldwide.

Barclays, LIBOR and Banking Culture

The latest global financial scandal may be the biggest of all, involving a benchmark used to set interest rates for contracts worldwide.

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The  London Interbank Offered Rate , or LIBOR, is what banks charge each other to borrow money, and it's not just for financial wonks and accountants.

The LIBOR and Why It Matters

The London Interbank Offered Rate , or LIBOR, is what banks charge each other to borrow money, and it's not just for financial wonks and accountants.

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Where were the regulators?

Can a Broken Financial System Be Fixed?

Where were the regulators?

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