What is LIBOR RATES?

Short-term international interbank loans are charge this interest rate. This interest rate is applied to large loans ranging from one day up to five years between banks. Immediate liquidity borrowing from another bank with a surplus is the typical situation. Also known as the London InterBank Offer Rate.

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