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Published: 25th March 2017 by William Webster

Some derivatives like interest rate and currency swaps are traded directly between two parties. When they deal, they agree the amount, price, settlement date and maturity date of the transaction. Traditionally the details of these transactions are only known by the parties involved (but now regulatory reporting applies).

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