Euribor – current Euribor interest rates
Euribor (Euro InterBank Offered Rate) is the average interest rate at which a selection of banks provide one another with short-term loans in euros. There are Euribor rates for 8 maturities, ranging from 1 week to 12 months (until November 1st 2013 there were 15 Euribor rates). There is also an overnight rate (maturity of 1 day) which is called theEonia interest rate.
The official Euribor interest rates are calculated and published once per working day at around 11:00 a.m. Central European Time. The interest rates on this site are updated daily within a few hours of the official publication (virtually real-time) so that the Euribor information displayed is always current.
Euribor is used by banks to set their own interest rates, amongst other things. Falls and rises in the Euribor interest rates can therefore have consequences for the level of interest rates on all sorts of banking products, such as savings accounts, mortgages and loans.
Due to a change of policy by the European Money Markets Institute, Euribor rates are available to the general public with a 24 hour delay only. As of March 2014, no website is allowed to publish real time rates anymore publically.
As of November 1st 2013 the number of Euribor rates was reduced to 8 (1-2 weeks, 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 and 12 months).