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Libor continues to close in on BBR

Libor rates have continued to drop, edging ever closer to Bank base rate.

Overnight Libor rates for Sterling fell to 2.98 per cent, while three-month Libor continued to drop below the 4 per cent mark at 3.96 per cent.

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