I wanted to explain the FRAs because they are the basis of interest rate swaps. There are different types of interest rate swaps (IRS), including: a currency futures account can be made either on a cash or delivery basis, provided the option is acceptable to both parties and has been pre-defined in the contract. Forward Rate Agreements (FRA) are over-the-counter contracts between parties that determine the interest rate payable at an agreed date in the future. An FRA is an agreement to exchange an interest rate bond on a fictitious amount. A borrower could enter into an advance rate agreement to lock in an interest rate if the borrower believes interest rates could rise in the future. In other words, a borrower might want to set their cost of borrowing today by entering an FRA. The cash difference between the FRA and the reference rate or variable interest rate is offset on the date of the value or settlement. This is essentially the exchange between buyers who accept a fixed interest rate and sellers who accept fluctuating interest rates (normally libor); The buyer wants to protect himself from rising interest rates, but does not want to borrow today. Therefore, if the variable interest rate is higher than the fixed rate agreed upon at the time of creation, the buyer receives the difference (for contract days) from the seller. The buyer will then make a loan contract and the money from the contract will cover the higher costs of the loan. If the variable interest rate is lower than the interest rate agreed in advance, the buyer pays the difference to the seller, but the cost of credit would be lower. Keep in mind that the fixed leg rate was set at the beginning of the contract and is fixed until the end date. So far, we have understood that FRAs help us to make interest rate movements.
The FRA determines the rates to be used at the same time as the termination date and face value. FSOs are billed on the basis of the net difference between the contract interest rate and the market variable rate, the so-called reference rate, liquid severance pay. The nominal amount is not exchanged, but a cash amount based on price differences and the face value of the contract. The image shows that on each fixing date, the variable rate is determined for the next period. The effective description of an advance rate agreement (FRA) is a cash derivative contract with a difference between two parties, which is valued with an interest rate index. This index is usually an interbank interest rate (IBOR) with a specific tone in different currencies, such as libor. B in USD, GBP, EURIBOR in EUR or STIBOR in SEK. An FRA between two counterparties requires a complete fixing of a fixed interest rate, a nominal amount, a selected interest rate indexation and a date.
 Company A includes a Company A with Company B, in which Company A receives a fixed interest rate of 5% on a capital amount of US$1 million per year.