Overnight indexed swap (ois)
Differences in the cost of yen and dollar funding are significantly impacting the price of Japan equity options at the long end of the curve and driving dealers on to the listed market
Legacy issues and the lack of alternative benchmarks mean Libor will remain the default benchmark of choice for OTC transactions
The move towards OIS discounting is proving difficult enough for banks in US and European markets but firms in Asia are facing the added difficulty of a dealing with multiple currencies
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The spread between Libor and overnight index swap rates used to be negligible – until the crisis. Its behaviour since can be explained theoretically and empirically by a model driven by typical lenders’ liquidity and typical borrowers’ credit...
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