The Wall Street Journal writes "Bankers Cast Doubt On Key Rate Amid Crisis", which questions the accuracy of the London Interbank Offered Rate, published by the British Bankers Association. The piece references a "recent research report on potential problems with Libor by Scott Peng, an "interest-rate strategist" for Citigroup. It says, "In one sign of increasing concern about Libor, traders and banks are considering using other benchmarks to calculate interest rates, according to several traders. Among the candidates: rates set by central banks for loans, and rates on so-called repurchase agreements."

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