Italy prosecutors in Trani probing five foreign banks - sources
BARI Feb 4 (Reuters) - Italian prosecutors in the town of Trani are investigating five foreign banks for possible manipulation of Euribor, the euro-priced counterpart of scandal-hit Libor bank-to-bank lending rates, court sources said on Monday.
The banks are Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC and Societe Generale , the court sources said.
The probe was opened in July after complaints from consumer groups.
It was not immediately possible to reach the banks for comment.
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