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A recent report by Martin Wheatley, an official at the U.K. Financial Services Authority who’s in charge of reforming Libor, suggests that the benchmark rate will continue to be based on banks’ funding costs, according to the Wall Street Journal. But instead of relying solely on banks’ estimates of those costs, regulators are likely to require that banks show as many transactions backing those estimates as possible.

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