Absolute Rate

Absolute Rate

In a plain vanilla swap, the fixed interest rate. In a plain vanilla swap, the two legs of the swap are a fixed interest rate, say 3.5%, and a floating interest rate, say LIBOR + 0.5%, each calculated over some notional value. Each party pays the other at set intervals over the life of the swap. In this case, the absolute rate is 3.5% over the notional value.
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In all-cause mortality, the absolute rate over 5 years was 9.
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The discrepancy between absolute rate differences that were marginal and relative differences that were meaningful and statistically significant requires careful consideration.
For example, if you invest in a security that has had a return, that return is the actual or absolute rate of return.
It is without scientific legitimacy; is dangerously misleading and almost certainly contributes to a net increase in the absolute rate of global emissions growth.