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The IEA publishes its LIBOR Reader

By Peter Hoskin
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A very quick post to point ConservativeHome readers in the direction of the Institute of Economic Affair’s new pamphlet on the LIBOR scandal. It contains everything that any normal, interested person could want to know about intra-bank lending rates: a Q&A on what went wrong, a timeline, and a selection of articles from across the media on the whole dispiriting affair. One of those articles is by ConHome’s own Andrew Lilico — it was the detailed and typically insightful column that he wrote on 2 July. Now, courtesy of the IEA, you’ve got a good excuse to read it again.


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