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Is anyone trading Sofr, if so is it similar to the eurodollar?


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Heads up traders:
Today we say goodbye to a commodity that for ±20 years starting in the early 2000’s held the title of largest open interest futures contract in the world: the Eurodollar. Long the benchmark for hedging short-interest rates, it is being replaced today by the Three-Month Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) Futures.
SOFR measures the cost of borrowing U.S. dollar cash overnight using Treasury securities as collateral. SOFR has been recommended by the U.S. Federal Reserve’s Alternative Reference Rate Committee (ARRC) and SOFR looks set to become the main indicator of U.S. dollar interest rates around the world as global regulators encourage market participants to transition to SOFR.
CME Group launched SOFR-based futures in 2018 to support the transition. Starting today, any Eurodollar exposure where the start date is beyond June 30, 2023, will automatically convert to the corresponding CME SOFR. For more information regarding the conversion process, please visit the CME Group web site.

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