Floating-Rate Note

Floating-rate notes, sometimes referred to as “floaters” or “FRNs” most often pay interest quarterly, and at a spread priced to the LIBOR rate. This type of coupon is popular amid an environment of rising interest rates, such as 2004 and 2005.

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