A process by which one might obtain a higher interest rate or yield by, for example, performing a forex swap involving simultaneously buying a foreign currency value spot and selling it forward, and then investing the purchased currency. Interest arbitrage can also involve taking advantage of fleeting interest rate discrepancies between similar instruments by purchasing in one market and selling in another.
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