What is LONDON INTERBANK BID (LIBID) RATE?

The average of rates that five major London banks willingly bid for a $10 million deposit for a period of three or six months. This is the interest rate London banks pay to borrow from one another in the interbank market. Also refer to London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).

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