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Term SOFR, USD LIBOR, and Treasury Forward Curves

The Term SOFR forward curves represent market-implied future settings for 1-month and 3-month Term SOFR, index rates commonly used in floating rate commercial real estate and corporate financings. The 1-month USD LIBOR forward curve represents market-implied future settings for 1-month USD LIBOR, an index rate used in many legacy floating-rate financings. The Treasury forward curves represent market-implied future yields of on-the-run U.S. Treasury notes of different tenors. Each curve is derived from observable market data, including futures contracts, market swap rates, and current outstanding Treasury instruments. Forward curves are often useful for forecasting and underwriting floating- and fixed-rate debt or for calculating yield maintenance but should not be viewed as predictive of actual future interest rates. Contact us to speak with an expert.

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Each FOMC member indicates their view of the midpoint of the appropriate target range of the federal funds rate at the end of each of the next three years and over the longer run assuming a normalization of monetary policy. The FOMC has updated this "Fed Dot Plot" quarterly since January 2012.

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USD LIBOR Forward Curve Hairy Chart
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See how past forward curve projections have stacked up

Review our "hairy charts" for an analysis showing 1-month USD LIBOR, 3-month GBP LIBOR, and 3-month EURIBOR forward curves versus actual rate fixings over time.

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