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2016-03-13T20:03:01+05:30
Interest rate swap: The most common type of interest rate swap is one in which Party A agrees to make payments to Party B based on a fixed interest rate, and Party B agrees to make payments to Party A based on a floating interest rate. The floating rate is tied to a reference rate (in almost all cases, the London Interbank Offered Rate, or LIBOR).
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