Below you'll find the Euribor rate from 1 week till 1 year. Euribor stands for EURo InterBank Offered Rate. The Euribor rate is a calculated average of the interest rates Europe's largest financial banks & institutions charge to lend each other money.
The Euribor rate is used often to calculate interest rates for futures, options, swaps and forward rate agreements. It is also used as a reference rate for mortgages, savings accounts, short interest bearing debts and to calculate the margin rates on an equity account with a stock broker.
The Eonia overnight interest rate stands for Euro OverNight Index Average. The Eonia rate is a calculated average of the interest rates Europe's largest financial banks & institutions charge to lend each other money for the duration of only 1 day. All rates are only fixed once a day by the banks. The interest 'Change' on this page is the absolute change to yesterday's closing price. On our page in Dutch, you'll find all rates with a relative change percentage compared to yesterday's closing price.
In the 4 Twitter widgets below, you can find the daily published rates of the 1 week, 1 month, 3 months and 1 year Euribor rate.