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IBA Releases US Dollar SOFR ICE Swap Rate for Use as a Benchmark

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Intercontinental Exchange’s (ICE) ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA) business has released its US dollar SOFR ICE Swap Rate for use as a benchmark in financial contracts and financial instruments by licensees. The release follows the successful publication of US dollar SOFR ICE Swap Rate settings on an indicative, ‘Beta’ basis since October 1, 2021, and is expected to support the US dollar non-linear derivatives market in its ongoing transition to SOFR. The US dollar SOFR ICE Swap Rate settings are available for the same tenors and published at the same  time as the current US dollar LIBOR ‘1100’ ICE Swap Rate benchmark.

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