tasa libor

English translation: zero rate; London Interbank Offered Rate

11:05 Jul 22, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
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Spanish term or phrase: tasa libor
aparece éste término y también habla de "tasa cero".
buceo
English translation:zero rate; London Interbank Offered Rate
Explanation:
"Zero rate" can be translated literally; see, for instance, the following excerpt from the GARP (Global Association of Risk Professionals) web site: "...If I calculate the price of a plain vanilla interest rate swap using the bond methodology (i.e. the floating leg is assumed to be a floating rate note and the fixed leg is a fixed coupon bond, should I use a zero rate instead of a yield to maturity? Also, if I use the other swap methodology (i.e. calculating the implied forward curve from a zero rate curve to compute the floating leg), will I get the same duration?" -- The LIBOR is the lending (interest) rate offered among top-tier English banks, approximately equivalent to the U.S. prime rate. -- Hope this helps!

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Summary of answers provided
na +1zero rate; London Interbank Offered Rate
Heathcliff
naLondon Interbank offered rate
bea0
naLIBOR
BAQMIA
naLIBOR Rate
Alexandro Padres Jimenez
na -1LIBOR rate
Tyler Reeves


  

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2 mins
LIBOR Rate


Explanation:
LIBOR London Interbank Offered Rate is what is stands for.

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Alexandro Padres Jimenez
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3 mins
LIBOR


Explanation:
London Interbank Offered Rate...

I'm not familiar with a "zero" rate, depending on content, it may be LIBOR that does not tack on any additional percentage points.

HTH

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30 mins peer agreement (net): -1
LIBOR rate


Explanation:
Suggestion: invest in a financial dictionary and save your queries for truly difficult problems.

Tyler Reeves
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disagree  Stuart Allsop: Just "LIBOR", without adding "rate". The "R" in LIBOR already means "rate". Maybe you should invest in a grammar textbook, and save your snide comments for your truly difficult self!
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4 hrs
London Interbank offered rate


Explanation:
The interest rate at which banks in London are prepared to lend funds to first-class banks. It is used to determine the interest rate payable on most Eurocredits.

(Tasa de Oferta Bancaria de Londres)

See The World Bank Glossary

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10 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
zero rate; London Interbank Offered Rate


Explanation:
"Zero rate" can be translated literally; see, for instance, the following excerpt from the GARP (Global Association of Risk Professionals) web site: "...If I calculate the price of a plain vanilla interest rate swap using the bond methodology (i.e. the floating leg is assumed to be a floating rate note and the fixed leg is a fixed coupon bond, should I use a zero rate instead of a yield to maturity? Also, if I use the other swap methodology (i.e. calculating the implied forward curve from a zero rate curve to compute the floating leg), will I get the same duration?" -- The LIBOR is the lending (interest) rate offered among top-tier English banks, approximately equivalent to the U.S. prime rate. -- Hope this helps!




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Heathcliff
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buenisimo

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agree  Stuart Allsop
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