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London Inter-Bank Offer Rate

LIBOR. The Interest rate that the largest International banks Charge each other for loans (usually in Eurodollars).

Related Terms: 10 ACH, Charge, Euro, Eurodollar, EU, International, Interest, Interest rate, Loan, National Bank
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