Hong Kong Interbank Offer Rate

Hong Kong Interbank Offer Rate

The interest rate that banks in Hong Kong charge one another for interbank loans with terms of up to one year. It is considered a key benchmark interest rate in the wider Asian economy. Interest rate swaps in Asia, for example, often use HIBOR as the reference rate for the floating payer. See also: LIBOR, EURBOR.
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Column 3 shows the hypothetical loan costs at the same time of the relevant bond issues, which are estimated by the authors based on the then current Hong Kong Interbank Offer Rates ("HIBOR") plus all-in rates chargeable to the developer as obtained from various sources (such as "Basis Point" and "Bloomberg", etc.).

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