LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate),
What is The Meaning of LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate)?
This is the interest rate that London banks charge for short-term loans. Labor is often used as a reference when setting other short-term interest rates.
Literal Meanings of LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate)
Meanings of LIBOR:
The base rate is used for interbank loans on the London Interbank Market and is also used as a reference for determining interest rates on other loans.
Meanings of London:
The capital of the United Kingdom is in the south-east of England, with a total population of 7,619,800.
An industrial city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, north of Lake Erie, with 353,395 inhabitants (2006).
Meanings of Interbank:
Agreed, organized or interbank operation.
Sentences of Interbank
Business opportunities in the interbank market
Meanings of Offered:
Introduce or offer (someone) to accept (someone) or reject it.
Provide (access or opportunity)
Use something to fit your appearance.
Express a desire to do or give something when asked.
Sentences of Offered
May I buy you a drink?
The coastal road provides easy access to the nine valleys of Antrim.
Friendly offer of help
Synonyms of Offered
tender, proposition, submit, arrive, propound, propose, present itself, overture, recommend, proffer, show itself, extend, put forward, give, approach, appear, come up with, suggestion, provide, render, advance, happen, submission, occur, present, suggest, proposal
Meanings of Rate:
Set a pattern or value for a particular scale (object).
Think of it as a particular quality, standard or area.
A measure, quantity or frequency that is usually measured in relation to another quantity or unit of measure.
Pay a fixed price or charge something for something, especially good or service.
Scolding (someone) in anger
Sentences of Rate
They were asked to assess their abilities in various driving exercises.
This event was considered a great success.
Synonyms of Rate
charge, put a value on, price, outlay, weigh up, think to be, tariff, estimate, value, amount, hire, evaluate, find to be, fare, judge to be, calculate, figure, appraise, gauge, reckon to be, hold to be, assess, adjudge, judge, consider to be, compute, deem to be, measure, cost