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SOFR the new LIBOR

The New IBOR

The Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) Replaced LIBOR  For new transactions as of April 1, 2018.  USD IBOR will continue to be used for existing swaps and loans. Today, SOFR will be used to measure the cost of borrowing cash overnight collateralized by US Treasuries. SOFR will be used to calculate ...
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Effective date China in SDR

China Accepted To IMF & SDR

China included to the IMF This weekend was the effective date for China’s acceptance to the IMF. This means China’s currency will be added to the current list of currencies used to calculate the Special Drawing Rights (SDR). A LITTLE BACKGROUND
bankers pay cap

Lemonade for Bankers’ Pay Cap

BANKERS’ PAY CAPS PAY CAP LEAVES A BITTER TASTE The taste is akin to unsweetened lemonade. A cap on bankers’ total compensation packages will be approved and become part of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. The language has been out for public comment (comments due July 21, 2016) before it ...
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