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RELATED FAQS
  1. Where on the internet can I find LIBOR rate information?

    Learn what the LIBOR is, which website provides general LIBOR information and which website provides ICE LIBOR data going ... Read Answer >>
  2. Why is LIBOR sometimes referred to as LIBOR ICE?

    Learn what the LIBOR rate is, why there was a change in administration from BBA to IBA, and why LIBOR is often referred to ... Read Answer >>
  3. How can LIBOR be used as an economic indicator?

    Learn how the LIBOR is used, how it is calculated and how it can be used with Treasury bill rates to gauge the health of ... Read Answer >>
  4. How does LIBOR compare to the Federal Reserve rate as an accurate indicator?

    Explore a comparison of the predictive efficacy of the Federal Reserve's fed funds rate and the Intercontinental Exchange's ... Read Answer >>
  5. How is Libor determined?

    Libor is the major rate used to price debt stock. Libor is actually a set of several benchmarks that reflect the average ... Read Answer >>
  6. How did LIBOR come into use?

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