thanks for ur answer Jay and Global -View teams,i'm really sorry I'm haven't say greeting to co founder of Global View lately.....(cause lack of reference ;-)) ,...
hmm, oh so that's why LIBBID haven't too exposed, the tight arbitrageur spread and equilibrium affects on constant changing FX rate......
Btw Jay how can u conclude by 1/8 to 1/16 take off (subtract...?) from LIBOR we can get LIBBID,and where we get those exact figure range ( 1/8 to 1/16)....?
oh last but not least... about the valuation technique, these subject i meaned is techniques to valuate the currency pairs whether overpriced or undervalued in anti-equilibrium and equilibrium rate on FX based on fundamental data release, any source or library data?
thanks a lot Jay,...nice and great works to Global View teams.....
GVI Forex john 14:31:27 GMT - 01/20/2010
Hi this is John who replied. I'm not aware of a bid rate for "LIBOR" that is published anywhere. Rule of thumb you can take off 1/16 to 1/8 off the offered rate to arrive at the bid side. The market tends to be very tight in normal times.
I'm not sure what you mean about "valuation techniques". Valuation of what?
jogjakarta august 14:25:41 GMT - 01/20/2010
thx for your replies Jay,....so if 3mo in market tracker is LIBOR , i'm looking also London Interbank Bid Rate is this also can find on global view?..., btw this day i read about valuation techniques on FX on dbFX.com, 'm intersesting about this techniques, Are there any articles or detail from Jay and Global View about these?
thx u Jay + Global View ....ur the best
GVI Forex john 12:55:59 GMT - 01/19/2010
The first column (3-mo) is the three month LIBOR (London Inter-bank Offered Rate) for interest rates. The columns to the right are net changes in basis points (bps), vs. the previous trading day, one week, three months, etc.)
I hope this is clear?
Jogjakarta August 14:05:39 GMT - 01/18/2010
halo Jay+ and GVI team....I am really need help to explain and give detail about market tracker at Live Rates & Charts.....
at the section 3Mo and 3MO (what the difference and what is this mean?) i'm bit confusing where i should choose 3 month interest rate...and overnight interest rate...thank before to GVI and Team
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