Perhaps Libor should stand for London's Imaginary Offered Rate, with so little real lending going on. It was not the most sensible peg for $350tn of derivatives and has become a byword for fraud. But James Mackintosh, investment editor, suggests markets might still prefer it to the equally malleable alternatives.
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