yield curve adjustable note


yield curve adjustable note
Forkortes YCAN. Kort obligation med variabel rente, hvor renten varierer omvendt proportionalt med bevægelserne i det anvendte referencerenteindeks. Renten beregnes ofte ved at trække f.eks. LIBOR fra en bestemt fast rentesats. Kaldes også inverse FRN.

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