Moving on from Libor, the CFTC is reportedly having an informal look at whether the London fix...
Moving on from Libor, the CFTC is reportedly having an informal look at whether the London fix for gold and silver is open to manipulation. Gold prices are set twice daily by five banks via teleconference (silver by 3), with the fixings then used worldwide as benchmarks for any number of transactions. The banks involved: BCS, DB, HBC, BNS, SCGLY.PK.
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