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Interest Rate Swaps, Pt. 2: CNBC Explains

Wed 02 Nov 11 | 12:00 AM ET
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Interest Rate Swaps, Pt. 2: CNBC Explains

Wed 02 Nov 11 | 12:00 AM ET
Derivative instruments commonly used by sophisticated investors, interest rate swaps allow cash flows on interest earning securities or loans to be exchanged. One of the most common examples of an interest rate swap is when two parties have different terms on loan agreements (e.g. fixed vs. variable interest rates), and one party undertakes payments linked to short-term floating interest rates (such as LIBOR) in order to receive fixed payments. The counterparty to this transaction then undertakes the fixed payments. But how do these interest rate swaps work? Salman Khan of the Khan Academy explains.
 
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