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“But first of all, the rate that the government is charging is something called libor, London Interbank Overnight Rate plus 8 1/2 percent.”
“Specifically, the documents say employees of the companies communicated with each other in an attempt to artificially influence the yen London interbank offered rate, known as libor, and increase their profits on trades related to the rate.”
“The libor is the premium over bank rate in the UK, or treasuries in the US.”
“This would unlock the short term debt market and lower short term rates such as libor back to a more natural level.”
“Bloomberg has a roundup of which members of congress are getting wiped out from the AIG fallout ( "a bailout" but I think the fed's line of credit at the libor + 850 basis points is really a forced, if not immediate, liquidation dressed up as a bailout).”
“Today, even the Fed has now lost control of mortgage interest rates and foreign bank libor-set rates.”
“What was the point of the liquidity injections if they then turn around and encourage markets to bid libor up?”
“The libor would have to double before my variable rate gets to 9% but now that scenario looks very likely.”
“So my understanding now is that libor represents a rate that is entirely market determined and would be roughly the same as the federal funds rate IF the fed did not intervene.”
“Leftback is very true - end of month / end of quarter are having a big impact - look for the biggest ever drop in libor rates soon - whats the money it doesnt get reported !”
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