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Libor to remain low

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1Libor to remain low  Empty Libor to remain low Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:46 am

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Libor is expected to remain low during next 6-18 months. Some predict that lending/deposit rates will reach all time low or may be negative. 

Yet again, this is a positive signal to developing markets such as India, SL and Bangladesh. Don't forget CSE performed exceptionally well during 2009-2013 when Libor was below 1%.

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