## LIBOR Question

d2syh
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### LIBOR Question

A bank has entered into a forward rate agreement to pay a fixed rate of 4.15 %( semiannually compounded) on \$9 million between 6 and 9 months. If the LIBOR rates in 3 months, 6 months and 9 months are 5%, 4.5% and 3.5% respectively (continuously compounded rates). The value of forward rate agreement for the bank would be closest to:
Choose one answer.
a. Gain of \$3500
b. Loss of \$3500
c. Gain of \$4300
d. Loss of \$4300
The correct answer is B

Can you calculate the LIBOR rate at 6M and 9M?

content.pristine
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### Re: LIBOR Question

This question is wrong.
Please refer to the post:
post1980.html?sid=a48ca54945436620e14bc18f93c95104#p1980

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