http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=atDUfrifHZ34 Libor peaked in October when the one-month rate reached 4.59 percent and the three-month rate climbed to 4.82 percent. The spread widened to a record 1.02 percentage points in December. While both rates plunged this year, the gap remained almost 10 times wider than the historical average, according to Bloomberg data. One-month Libor was set at 0.32313 percent yesterday, while the three-month rate was 0.65 percent, according to the London- based British Bankersâ Association. The BBA calculates the measure based on 16 rates contributed by banks from New York- based Citigroup Inc. to Deutsche Bank AG in Frankfurt.