Link: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/basisrateswap.asp
Description: Basis Rate Swap Understanding Basis Rate Swaps. Basis rate swaps are a form of interest rate swap involving the exchange of the floating... Basis Risk. Basis rate swaps help to mitigate (hedge) basis risk, which is a type of risk associated with imperfect... Example of Basis Rate Swaps. Payments on ...
Link: https://financetrain.com/what-are-basis-swaps/
Description: A basis swap is a type of swap in which two parties exchange the interest payments based on two floating rates. Currency swaps are a type of basis swaps, except that the basis swaps involve only one currency. Similarly, we can say that an interest rate swap with two floating rates is a basis swap. The basis swaps are used to hedge the interest rate risk arising from the borrowing and lending at two different floating rates.
Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basis_swap
Description: A basis swap is an interest rate swap which involves the exchange of two floating rate financial instruments. A basis swap functions as a floating-floating interest rate swap under which the floating rate payments are referenced to different bases.
Link: https://financial-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Basis+Swap
Description: Basis Swap. An interest rate swap in which both legs (the interest rates that are swapped) are both floating rates. The floating rates are calculated over different bases; for example, one might be linked the LIBOR and the other to the fed funds rate. A basis swap is used to help a company hedge against its basis risk.
Link: https://www.finpricing.com/lib/IrBasisSwap.html
Description: A basis swaps is an interest rate swap that involves the exchange of two floating rates, where the floating rate payments are referenced to different bases. Both legs of a basis swap are floating but derived from different index rates (e.g. LIBOR 1 month vs 3 month). Basis swaps are settled in the form of periodic floating interest rate payments.
Link: https://www.mercatusenergy.com/blog/bid/56015/energy-hedging-101-basis-swaps
Description: A basis swap is contract which provides the buyer or seller of the swap to hedge their exposure to basis risk. So who is potentially exposed to basis risk? Nearly every energy consumer and producer: fuel end-users, fuel marketers, natural gas end-users, oil & gas producers, utility companies, etc.
Link: http://nakisa.org/crosscurrencybasisswap/
Description: The basis swap will allow the bank to transform their dollar liability into a euro liability which they can fund more easily. Banks are continually borrowing and lending to one another. Usually they pay and receive variable interest based on a rate published daily by the British Banker’s Association.
Link: https://www.wise-geek.com/what-is-a-basis-swap.htm
Description: A basis swap removes the difference between the bank's income and expense, eliminating the risk of losses from interest rates changes. A simple basis swap can involve the same floating rate with different maturities. For example, Investor A receives payments based on the three-month LIBOR rate but makes payments at the six-month LIBOR rate.
Link: https://ebrary.net/9361/business_finance/basis_swaps
Description: A tenor basis swap can be defined as an exchange between a longer rate and a shorter rate plus a basis b T, that is, (2.7) where the rate L YM accrues over a number of months Y multiple of X, the number of months over which the rate L XM accrues.
Link: https://www.clarusft.com/libor-basis-swaps/
Description: Single currency basis swap trading across EUR, GBP, JPY and USD. This being SDR data, it is clearly dominated by USD trading. October 2018 saw over $1,000bn trade for the first time. All of the peaks in volume have occurred during 2018 – March 2018 and May 2018 also nearly breached the $1,000bn threshold.
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