The Governor of the Bank of England Sir Mervyn King says he knew nothing of banks rigging the libor rate. Which is kind of strange if you think about it.
The governor of the BoE (bank of England) Mervyn King answers the questions about the recent Libor case at the Treasury Select committee in the House of Lords this week. The answer is very predictable just like the methodology of banking, can you guess what that might be?
The governor of the BoE Mervyn King answers the questions about the recent Libor case in the House of Lords this week. su.pr/18WsIN— Jm Bob (@stijbob) July 21, 2012
Alexander Nekrassov editor of Stirring Trouble Internationally today posted this Tweet, he is very funny you should check him out.
The sick and twisted bankers increase the rate of interest for people who are struggling with debts tenfold while governments do nothing.— Alexander Nekrassov (@StirringTrouble) July 21, 2012
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