LONDON, July 2- Tom Hayes, a former trader on trial in London on Libor-rigging charges, said he must have been either stupid or untroubled by his business practices because he left reams of evidence, according to documents presented to the court on Thursday. In the first trial of an individual accused of benchmark interest rate manipulation, the court heard that...» Read More
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