Debt Published Point In Time Price

From Open Risk Manual

Definition

Debt Published Point In Time Price. A debt price, usually in the form of a spread, published by a data provider at some point in time such as the end of the trading day.

The vendor will survey the banks and calculate the spread and publish as a spread. Price as a percentage is determined internally by the investment organization, based on that published spread. In terms of what sort of spread this is, this is information about the market and can be in any of those formats whereby price is specified (see Price Specification terms). Could have spread to price or spread to yield. Valuations are done at the end of the day but equivalent figures can be provided for other times.

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