LIBOR en LIBOR Spotlight Shifts To U.S. Regulators Transcript <p>SCOTT SIMON, HOST: <p>There's another dimension to that unfolding LIBOR scandal which cost Barclays, the British bank, its CEO and $450 million in fines after it was revealed that the bank had been manipulating international lending rates. Attention has shifted to why U.S. financial regulators, who knew about the rate rigging, didn't move to stop it more swiftly.<p>We're going to put that question to Robert Smith, correspondent for NPR's Planet Money. He joins us from New York. Sat, 21 Jul 2012 11:35:00 +0000 National Public Radio 14952 at What ever happened to the TED spread? Over the last week or so, we've been watching the scandal over manipulation of LIBOR, perhaps the single most important global interest rate: See <a href="">Robert Smith's piece</a> on Morning Edition, and <a href="">Tuesday's podcast</a>. Mon, 09 Jul 2012 17:47:12 +0000 Theo Francis 14260 at What ever happened to the TED spread?