Deutsche Bank will pay $2.5 billion to end Libor investigation

April 23, 2015 by

LiborUS and British authorities have agreed to settle with Deutsche Bank for $2.5 billion and a guilty plea, with the bank admitting to wrong doing that led to the manipulation of the London interbank interest rate (Libor), used as the primary benchmark for short-term interest rates worldwide.

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