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Barclays Bank fined over Libor investigation

Barclays Bank have been fined GBP290m for manipulating the Libor inter-bank lending rate

Barclays Bank fined over Libor investigation
The Canary Wharf headquarters of Barclays Bank, who have been fined 290 million GBP for manipulating the Libor inter-bank lending rate, on June 28, 2012 in London, England. British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the bank's management has 'serious questions' to answer regarding their practices. Shares in Barclays have fallen 15% this morning. (Getty Images)
Barclays Bank fined over Libor investigation
The Canary Wharf headquarters of Barclays Bank, who have been fined 290 million GBP for manipulating the Libor inter-bank lending rate, on June 28, 2012 in London, England. British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the bank's management has 'serious questions' to answer regarding their practices. Shares in Barclays have fallen 15% this morning. (Getty Images)
Barclays Bank fined over Libor investigation
Two people look out from the Canary Wharf headquarters of Barclays Bank, who have been fined 290 million GBP for manipulating the Libor inter-bank lending rate, on June 28, 2012 in London, England. British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the bank's management has 'serious questions' to answer regarding their practices. Shares in Barclays have fallen 15% this morning. (Getty Images)
Barclays Bank fined over Libor investigation
The Canary Wharf headquarters of Barclays Bank, who have been fined 290 million GBP for manipulating the Libor inter-bank lending rate, on June 28, 2012 in London, England. British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the bank's management has 'serious questions' to answer regarding their practices. Shares in Barclays have fallen 15% this morning. (Getty Images)
Barclays Bank fined over Libor investigation
The Canary Wharf headquarters of Barclays Bank, who have been fined 290 million GBP for manipulating the Libor inter-bank lending rate, on June 28, 2012 in London, England. British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the bank's management has 'serious questions' to answer regarding their practices. Shares in Barclays have fallen 15% this morning. (Getty Images)