Unlike traditional bonds that pay a fixed rate of interest, floating-rate bonds have a variable rate that resets periodically. Typically, the rates are based on either the federal funds rate or the London Interbank Offered Rate plus an added spread.Similar to the federal funds rate, LIBOR is a benchmark rate used by banks making short-term loans to other banks.
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