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Rate anticipation swaps

• An exchange of bonds in a portfolio for new bonds that will achieve the target portfolio duration, based on the investor's assumptions about future changes in interest rates.

 
 

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Exchange
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Interest rate
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Add on rate
Adjustable rate mortgage
Adjustable rate or floating rate preferred share arps
Adjustable rate preferred stock
After tax real rate of return
All current rate method
All equity rate
Amortizing interest rate swap
Annual percentage rate
Annuity rate
Anticipation
Arithmetic average mean rate of return
Auction rate preferred stock
Average rate of return
Average tax rate
Back discount rate
Ban bank anticipation notes
Ban or bond anticipation note
Bank rate
Base interest rate
Base rate
Benchmark interest rate
Break even payment rate
Break even tax rate
Broker loan rate
Call money rate
Capitalization rate
Ccpc rate reduction
Compound annual growth rate
Coupon rate
Crediting rate
Cross over rate
Crossover rate
Currency swaps
Current rate method
Discount rate
Dividend rate
Dollar weighted rate of return
Effective annual interest rate
Effective interest rate international context
Effective rate
Effective true annual rate
Equilibrium rate of interest
Exchange rate
Exchange rate mechanism
Exchange rate risk
Exchange rate risk capital budgeting
Federal funds rate
Fixed exchange rate
Fixed rate loan
Fixed rate payer
Floating exchange rate
Floating rate
Floating rate bonds
Floating rate contract
Floating rate loan
Floating rate note
Floating rate payer
Floating rate preferred
Floating rate preferreds
Floor rate
Foreign exchange rate
Forward exchange rate
Forward interest rate
Forward rate
Forward rate agreement
Growth rate
Historical exchange rate
Hurdle rate
Implied repo rate
Incremental internal rate of return
Interest rate
Interest rate agreement
Interest rate buydowns
Interest rate cap
Interest rate ceiling
Interest rate exposure
Interest rate floor
Interest rate on debt
Interest rate parity theorem
Interest rate risk
Interest rate risk management
Interest rate swap
Intermarket spread swaps
Internal growth rate
Internal rate of return
Internal rate of return approach
Internal rate of return irr
Inverse floating rate note
Lease rate
London interbank offered rate libor
Marginal tax rate
Market capitalization rate
Money rate of return
Mortgage rate
Nominal annual rate
Nominal exchange rate
Nominal interest rate
Nominal interest rate international context
Nominal rate of interest
Outright rate
Overnight rate
Pass through coupon rate
Pass through rate
Pibor paris interbank offer rate
Plowback rate
Portfolio internal rate of return
Portfolio turnover rate
Prime rate
Rans revenue anticipation notes
Rate lock
Rate of interest
Rate of return
Rate of return ratios
Rate risk
Rate sensitive assets
Rate sensitive liabilities
Real interest rate
Real rate of interest
Real rate of return
Reference rate
Reinvestment rate
Retention rate
Revenue anticipation note
Risk adjusted discount rate
Risk free rate
Riskless rate
Settlement rate
Split rate tax system
Spot exchange rate
Spot interest rate
Spot rate
Spot rate curve
Stated annual interest rate
Stopping curve refunding rate
Sustainable growth rate
Swap interest rate
Swap rate
Tabs tax anticipation bills
Tans tax anticipation notes
Tax anticipation bills
Tax anticipation note
Theoretical spot rate curve
Time weighted rate of return
Total rate of return
Unemployment rate
Unisex annuity rate
Variable rate cds
Variable rate loan

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