43 minutes · May 10, 2018
LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered Rate, has been called “the world’s most important number.” Tim Bowler, President of ICE Benchmark Administration, is responsible for managing ICE LIBOR, along with a slew of other benchmarks including ICE Swap Rate, and the London Bullion Market Association Gold and Silver Prices. Widely used across the globe, LIBOR's rates underpin between $200-$300 trillion of financial products and serve as a gauge of market expectation regarding central bank interest rates. How LIBOR will evolve in the months ahead is a focus of daily headlines these days, and Tim tells us why.
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