- Hedge Variable Overnight Funding Costs and Interest Rate Risk
- AMERIBOR is an unsecured interest rate benchmark that may be more reflective of the interbank borrowing costs of medium-sized and regional financial institutions.
- Optimize Asset-Liability Management or Assist in Loan Origination
- U.S. banks and other financial institutions can use AMERIBOR futures to match assets and liabilities and hedge loans with a benchmark that may be more representative of actual borrowing costs.
- Hedge Exposure to Interest Rate Derivatives
- Proprietary traders can use AMERIBOR futures in connection with hedging to help mitigate the risk of other interest rate derivative holdings.
- Execute Interest Rate Trading Strategies
- Whether the strategy is a relative value trade against other interest rate derivatives or directional in nature, proprietary traders can use AMERIBOR futures in connection with the execution of their interest rate strategies.
The AMERIBOR rate is calculated daily as the transaction volume-weighted average interest rate of the AMERIBOR overnight unsecured loans on AFX. AMERIBOR is based on actual market transactions, not estimates or submissions. AMERIBOR futures are cash-settled and are designed to reflect the market expectations of either compounded daily annualized AMERIBOR interest or average simple daily annualized AMERIBOR interest.
Trade AMERIBOR Futures on Cboe Futures Exchange
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Trading of AMERIBOR Futures is available on the Cboe Silexx execution management system. To learn more about Cboe Silexx, sign-up for the platform, or to take a free trial, visit:
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AMERIBOR® is a registered trademark of Environmental Financial Products, LLC and is licensed for use by CFE in connection with the listing for trading by CFE of AMERIBOR futures.