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Bank boycott 

17 July 2012 By Peter Thal Larsen, Wayne Arnold

The Barclays scandal is prompting banks to rethink their role in setting interest rates. But a mass boycott of Libor could throw markets into a tailspin. Regulators need to decide urgently how the benchmark for hundreds of trillions of dollars of contracts should be reformed.

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