The key LIBOR rate for credit markets is going to be modernized. City of London, New York Wall Street and regulators on both sides of the Atlantic are seeking a compromise in defining rules for calculating the global interbank rate systemic for institutionalized global usury. LIBOR replacement is planned for next year.
LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) – the initial rate that is used on the interbank market, as well as in international commercial agreements to determine the interest on borrowed money. It was adopted in the 84th year and since then has not undergone any special changes.
LIBOR is set daily by the British Banking Association (BBA) for loans in ten currencies. Survey data from 16 largest banks are used to determine the rate. Every day in the morning, banks inform about the rates at which loans in foreign currency are provided. In this case, the four highest and four lowest rates are cut off, and the arithmetic average is calculated for the remaining eight. She becomes the rate of the day. The rate is calculated both for a day, that is, until 12:00 of the next business day, and for weeks, months and a year. Continue reading