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The EURIBOR (or euro interbank offered rate) is the rate at which a prime bank is willing to lend funds in euro to another prime bank. The EURIBOR is computed daily for interbank deposits with a maturity of one week and one to 12 months as the average of the daily offer rates of a representative panel of prime banks, rounded to three decimal places.

Source Publication:
European Central Bank Annual Report.


Statistical Theme: Financial statistics

Created on Tuesday, November 13, 2001

Last updated on Tuesday, June 11, 2013