Three trades, all of different maturities, that are transacted as a risk (DV01) neutral package at the same time. The middle maturity leg is twice as large in DV01 terms as the shortest and longest legs. For full definition and mechanics see here.
A spot starting USD swap transacted against an on-the-run benchmark US Treasury bond.
A series of uncleared trades transacted concurrently. This may also be termed “bilateral” or “multilateral” compression and is typically transacted to reduce the gross notional of uncleared trades between 2 or more counterparties. We also include single period swaps that are transacted to replicate FRAs within this category.
Spot starting plain-vanilla swap trade, the most common type.
Market Agreed Coupon Swaps, see SIFMA.
Forward starting swaps.
Non-Standard Swaps, where the fixed rate by itself is not sufficient as a price indicator e.g. Libor Spread.
Swaps with start date in the past, as reported late (after trade date) or back-loaded.