The data from B-Pipe will be used to calculate prices for a range of tradable financial instruments, such as New Zealand government bonds, New Zealand swap closes, New Zealand bills/Libor; New Zealand OIS close and New Zealand credit markets. Bloomberg will also provide calculated spread data for fixed-rate credit bonds, and discount margins for floating-rate notes to promote consistency of data for market participants marking end-of-day positions.
The decision to use an independent third-party
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