SFO said to have interviewed Deutsche Bank traders

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U.K. prosecutors have interviewed current and former Deutsche Bank traders in recent weeks as a possible precursor to more charges in the Libor probe, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.

Bloomberg News reports that a number of traders have been questioned by investigators at the Serious Fraud Office about the manipulation of the London interbank offered rate and its euro counterpart, said the people, who didn’t want to be identified because the interviews were private.

At least one banker was interviewed under caution, meaning any statements can be used against them in court, said one of the people.

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