A swap which typically has one floating leg based on a short term rate (e.g. six month libor) and the other floating leg based on a long term rate (say the 5 year swap rate or the ten year swap rate, which is reset every six months). Used primarily for taking views on the shape of the yield curve. Also called a Yield Curve Swap
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