The End Of Libor As SOFR Is IntroducedRupert Hargreaves
Ever since policymakers decided to reform LIBOR, bankers have been trying to solve the complex problem of what could replace it.
Libor is a benchmark rate produced for Swiss Franc, Euro, Pound Sterling, Japanese Yen and US Dollar instruments with seven maturities quoted for each -- ranging from overnight to 12 months, producing 35 rates each business day. The rate is calculated using an out-of-date method where institutions submit their estimate every day and an average value is computed. As regulators have discovered over the past decade, this method . . .
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