Interest rate caps and floors are, essentially, collections of interest rate options: each option has a positive payoff when it expires in the money and a zero payoff when it expires out of the money. The individual options are called, respectively, caplets and floorlets. Note that caps and floors are commonly based on LIBOR or […]
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