Non-interest rate indexes, Financial Management

Generally, an interest rate or an interest rate index is used as a reference rate for However, through financial engineering, issuers have been able to construct floaters with any reference rate. For example, coupon can be indexed to movements in foreign exchange rates, the price of a commodity (for example, wheat or rice), the return on an equity index (for example, the Sensex or Nifty) etc.

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