Infographic | The Libor $candal Explained – The Largest Banking Scandal in History

The Libor Rate Scandal.

Infographic by AccountingDegree.net

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5 Responses to “Infographic | The Libor $candal Explained – The Largest Banking Scandal in History”
  1. usjustice4all says:

    I am SURE that this is NOT the biggest scam in the world, just the one that has been leaked. It will be minimized and distorted as long as we let them breathe,

  2. Hartzman says:

    The potential enormity
    of George Hartzman’s Wells Fargo Whistleblower filing
    on Envision Investment Plans and 4front

    http://hartzman.blogspot.com/2012/07/potential-enormity-of-george-hartzmans.html

    Could George Hartzman’s Wells Fargo Whistleblower filing
    affect what could be more than $150 billion of Wells Fargo Advisors client assets?

  3. Infographics are a great way of obscuring complex realities with misleading pretty pictures….this one excels at it!

    It is both lacking in rigour and prejudicially hypocritical. Either ‘derivative’s are tools of capitalist oppression or they are hedging tools widely used by and useful all large fiduciary agencies…but they can’t be both.

    It is not proven, even of Barclays, that there has been any explicit gain from any actual manipulation. And the authorities are complicit in the manipulation.

    This is a witchhunt which will backfire…and the genuine failings and weaknesses of ‘universal banking’ will remain unaddressed.

  4. Peter J. Pike, Esq. says:

    When will our government start bringing criminal charges? I realize that they are all bought and paid for by these crooks, but at this point you would think they might do the right thing! We have to stop voting for Democrats and Republicans and vote everyone out of office – no re-elections, no changing elected positions – one time service and OUT!

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