The delay in LIBOR retirement just puts off the inevitable; lawmakers need to clarify what benchmarks will replace LIBOR in financial contracts whenever it finally ceases to be used.
The U.S., U.K., and New Zealand no longer look likely to follow the Eurozone and Japan into negative-rate territory.
Bank defendants argue that sudden elimination of the benchmark would be ‘a catastrophe.’
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