LCH adds to Aussie dollar range with basis swaps

LCH has added more Australian dollar lines to its clearing business in the market, including Australian dollar bank bill reference rate (BBSW) against Aonia overnight basis swaps in its product range.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 07 Dec 2017

LCH already commands a dominant position in the Aussie dollar swaps market, clearing around 85% of all interest rates denominated in the currency. The clearing house marks the currency as its fourth largest market for swap clearing activity.

In a Wednesday statement, LCH said that adding the cash-BBSW swaps ...

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