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Glossary

SHIBOR

Category — Rates
SHIBOR SHIBOR (abbreviation for Shanghai Interbank Offered Rate) is the Shanghai Interbank Offered Rate, i. e. the rate at which banks are willing to lend unsecured funds in RMB with different maturities.

In total, the rate is determined for 8 maturities:


The SHIBOR rate is calculated from rates quoted by 18 commercial banks:


4 maximum and minimum offered rates are eliminated from the list, the remaining ones are averaged by a simple mathematical average to 4 decimal places.

The rate is published on a daily basis at 11:00 CST (China Standard Time) and is based on the Actual/360 Basis.

SHIBOR is used in China’s domestic bond market as a benchmark for placement or the reference rate for floating coupon securities. It can be a simple SHIBOR rate (e.g. Ping An Bank, FRN 6jan2022, CNY) or its average values for a certain period (e.g. Jining City Urban Construction Investment, 6.8% perp, CNY).
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