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Libor scandal: Former City trader Tom Hayes gets 14 years for rigging rates
City trader Tom Hayes, 35, has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after becoming the first person to be convicted by a British jury of rigging Libor rates following a trial at London's Southwark Crown Court.
Trader jailed for 14 years over Libor rate-rigging  
Former City trader Tom Hayes given 14 -year sentence for Libor rigging  
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... * HSBC sells Brazil unit at higher-than-expected price. * Deal helps Bradesco boost presence in high-end segment. * Bradesco preferred shares fall 4.1 percent.
(Updates throughout). By George Georgiopoulos and Sinead Cruise. ATHENS/LONDON Aug 3 (Reuters) - Greek bank shares were expected to be hit by more losses on Tuesday following a 30 percent plunge on the first day of trading after a five-week stock ...
The Treasury has sold another 1pc stake in Lloyds Banking Group, taking the taxpayers' ownership of the bailed-out bank to just below 14pc.
LONDON Aug 3 Global factory activity remained muted in July and with new orders barely accelerating there is unlikely to be much improvement this month, a business survey showed on Monday.
Puerto Rico defaulted on some of its debt this weekend, pushing the commonwealth formally into default and starting the restructuring process to try and get the US territory's finances back on track.

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