After dropping 54 basis points from 4.94% on Monday to 4.4% on Tuesday, following the European Central Bank's offer of unlimited 16-day loans at below market rates on Monday night, euro interbank rates for two-week borrowing edged up on Wednesday.
London interbank offered rates (Libor), a measure of the average cost of interbank borrowin
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