The LIBOR is the benchmark interest rate that the world’s leading banks pay each other for short-term loans (interbank rate).
It stands for ‘London Interbank Offered Rate’ and essentially serves as the benchmark that global banks use to determine the interest cost of short-term loans.
That generally tends to bode poorly for the global economy. When LIBOR rates are consistently low, the opposite tends to be true.
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