The absolute rate is a combination of the reference rate and the premium or discounted fixed percentage. For example, if the LIBOR is 3% and the fixed interest portion of the swap is at a 7% premium, the absolute rate is 10%.
It is sometimes also referred to as an absolute swap yield.
Investment dictionary. Academic. 2012.
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