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LIBOR rate history

LIBOR (London Inter-Bank Offered Rate) is based on rates that
contributor banks in London offer each other for inter-bank

From a bank's perspective, deposits are simply funds that are
loaned to them. So in effect, a LIBOR is a rate at which a
fellow London bank can borrow money from other banks. Rate
calculations incorporate variables such as time, maturity
and currency rates. There are hundreds of LIBOR rates reported
each month in numerous currencies.

Examples: the 1 Year LIBOR as published monthly by Fannie
Mae: rate history.

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