HI Corrie. Endur is taking the rate from the Projection Index on the deal, which is the FX forward curve, for the RFIS date on the deal (generally expiry date + 2d). IF you look at the Reset tab on the – then you can see the Reset / RFIS / RFIE dates – the RFIS / RFIE should be the same and afre the underlying FX settlement date. Then if you open the FX forward curve and select menu View/Output, then in thje Date Seq box put “1d” to give a daily granularity on the curve output – youl should be able to match the rate (similarly for libor).
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