A Brazilian Swap is a type of swap where the floating rate is calculated using an average rate and has only one payment, which occurs at maturity. The average rate used for the Floating Leg is the Average One-Day Interbank Deposit (aka CDI rate, or overnight DI rate) which is an annual rate and is calculated daily by the Central of Custody and Financial Settlement of Securities (CETIP). It represents the average rate of all inter-bank overnight transactions in Brazil.
Key Features and Coverage on RIMES
For this data source, RIMES hosts the Interbank Deposit Certificate. Some of the data items available include Database symbol and Series Value.
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