Interest Rate Arbitrage

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Interest Rate Arbitrage is a method of profiting off the mis-pricing of an asset in the market. If the return on an investment in two periods does not equal the investment made for one period, an arbitrage trader will take a short-selling position at the cheaper rate and lend it at the higher rate. [1]

References

  1. Interest Rate Abritrage. Associated Content.