Understanding the New Interest Rate Benchmark Regime — Part III

Meet the new floating rate benchmarks

Characteristics observed for the new overnight rates

Moving towards the “two-benchmark” approach:

Multiple benchmarks: a boon or a bane?!

What about the economies whose local benchmarks depend on existing IBORs?

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