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The Libor scandal involving U.K.-based Barclays bank is just the latest illustration of greed in the financial sector, says Bill Moyers.
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The Federal Reserve and the U.S. government knew back in 2008 that Barclays was filing false reports about Libor, the interest rate that international banks charge one another for short-term loans, according to documents released Friday.
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