Swap Price

Swap Price

The return on a swap expressed as the difference in price on the day the swap was issued and the day it matures.
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The previous offer terms implied a swap price of $7 per share and RSC boosting its interest in CEDC to 32.
One alleged seeing Howard swap price tags for regular and day-old bakery items, O'Kasey told jurors.
H(t) is predicated on the life tables or mortality model available at the time of contract formation and [pi] is the swap premium or swap price that is factored into the fixed-rate payment.
Officers are also told to look out for attempts to swap price tags and for shoplifters who work in groups and create a distraction, usually near the shop door, so colleagues can slip out unnoticed.
Ever the skinflint, he later persuades Rodney to swap price tags on the engagement rings to make the cheapest look most expensive.
30, the retailer's fuel price would be the current market price plus 16 cents per gallon--the difference between the fixed-rate swap price and the put price.
For this purpose, we examine currency swap price adjustments to changes in supply and demand.
To date, default swap price information has been difficult to obtain, especially for product controllers and risk managers.
Under the transaction, which covers one million barrels, the company is given a swap price of $11.
Together with the put and call spread, Forest will receive the swap price of $5.
And the survey of 250 Scots also found many would cheat on their tax returns, swap price tags in shops and refuse to own up if given too much change.
The value of the underlying swap if, for example, you wanted to unload it during the transaction, is exposed to interest rates in the market, because you can get the swap price at any point.