Floating exchange rate

 

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Floating exchange rate

A regime in which a country's exchange rate is allowed to fluctuate freely and be determined without intervention in the exchange market by the government or central bank.



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Receive floating counterparty

Receive floating counterparty

The transaction in an interest rate swap who receives payments based on the floating rate and makes payments based on the fixed rate.


Inverse floating rate note

Inverse floating rate note

A variable-rate security whose coupon rate increases as a benchmark interest rate declines.


Floating exchange rate system

Floating exchange rate system

Purchase or sale of the currencies of other nations by a central bank for the purpose of influencing foreign exchange rates or maintaining orderly foreign exchange markets. Also called foreign-exchange market intervention.


Fixed for floating swap

Fixed for floating swap

An interest rate swap in which the fixed rate payments are traded for a floating rate.


Floating supply

Floating supply

The aggregate of securities believed to be available for immediate purchase, that is, in the hands of dealers and investors wanting to sell.


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Freely floating exchange rate system
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Floating rate note (FRN)
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