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Barclays investors, blindsided by the bank’s $451.4 million regulatory fine for trying to rig benchmark rates, saw the stock drop 16% a day later. Other bank shareholders may be just as surprised.
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The ousted Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond is facing fresh pressure after the chairman of the House of Commons Treasury select committee described some of his evidence to MPs yesterday as "implausible", as the row grew over who was at the heart of manipulation of interest rates during the credit crisis.
By Kate Losse
Bob Diamond, former boss of Barclays, indicated he was ready to fight for his payoff of up to £22m at a parliamentary hearing. He told the Treasury select committee he "got physically ill" when he first read an exchange of emails between the 14 Barclays staff who manipulated interest rates.