hedge agreement

hedge agreement
Agreement entered into to offset financial risk. For example, an interest rate swap agreement is a hedge agreement where two parties exchange periodic interest payments, commonly a fixed rate of interest for a floating rate in order to protect against or speculate on changes in interest rates.

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