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Scandal-hit Euribor's rebirth will still rely on bankers' judgement - Reuters UK

Scandal-hit Euribor's rebirth will still rely on bankers' judgement  Reuters UKThe survival of Euribor interest rates, which have been marred by a manipulation scandal, will rely on the "judgement" of some of the very banks that rigged them ...12-02-2019
Scandal-hit Euribor's rebirth will still rely on bankers' judgement  Reuters UK

The survival of Euribor interest rates, which have been marred by a manipulation scandal, will rely on the "judgement" of some of the very banks that rigged them ...

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