The OFFER side of the EURObased interbank DEPOSIT market, or the rate at which prime BANKS are willing to lend funds. EURIBOR, which is set every business day at 11 am Brussels time by the European Banking Federation, is quoted for maturities of one week and monthly to one year, and serves as an important base reference for other financial instruments (e.g., DERIVATIVES, FLOATING RATE NOTES) with a floating rate component. See also EURO OVERNIGHT INDEX AVERAGE.
What is EURO INTERBANK OFFERED RATE (EURIBOR)?
- LONDON INTERBANK OFFERED RATE (LIBOR)
- TOKYO INTERBANK OFFERED RATE (TIBOR)
- PARIS INTERBANK OFFERED RATE (PIBOR)
- LONDON INTERBANK MEAN (LIMEAN) RATE
- LONDON INTERBANK BID (LIBID) RATE
- FLOATING RATE NOTE (FRN)
- EURO MEDIUM-TERM NOTE (EMTN)
- EURO OVERNIGHT INDEX AVERAGE (EONIA)
- STERLING OVERNIGHT INTERBANK AVERAGE (SONIA)
- EURO COMMERCIAL PAPER (ECP)
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