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Interest Rate Swaps

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Interest rate swaps are agreements that enable two different borrowers to help each other by trading some of the best features of their loans.

In an interest rate swap, the two borrowers usually exchange interest rate payments in order to reduce their borrowing costs and better balance their inflows and outflows of capital.

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