Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) remained tight-lipped last night amid speculation that it will take a hit of 350 million pounds from transatlantic regulators for its role in the Libor rate-rigging scandal. It was reported that RBS - 82 per cent owned by the British taxpayer after its 45 billion-pound state bailout - was close to a deal that would see regulators fine it more than the 290m pounds suffered by rival Barclays after its admission of guilt. An RBS spokesman declined to [17 Dec '12]
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