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February 6, 2013 3:42 PM

U.S. penalizes British bank for LIBOR market-fixing; internal messages reveal scheme

U.S. and British regulators announced a $612 million settlement Wednesday with Royal Bank of Scotland, with the global bank acknowledging that it had manipulated key benchmark interest rates to benefit its trading positions in unregulated markets.

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