Updated Weekly. Last Update: 3/25/2019
The LIBOR Forward Curve is the market’s projection of LIBOR based on Eurodollar Futures and Swap data. The forward curve is derived from this information in a process called “bootstrapping”, and is used to price Interest Rate Options like Caps and Floors, as well as Interest Rate Swaps.
Our forward curve includes additional scenarios to help you run better analysis against your financials models. These include shocking the curve higher and lower using one or two standard deviation movements derived from implied option volatility, the FOMC’s own “dot plot”, as well as some more generic scenarios.
You can download the LIBOR Forward Curve by clicking the link at the top of this page. If you have any questions, please contact us at PensfordTeam@pensford.com, or (704) 887-9880.