Current and Historical
U.S. Dollar (Eurodollar) LIBOR Rates

The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)
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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

The 1- and 3-Month Eurodollar LIBOR Rates Fixed Lower Today

The 1- and 3-month Eurodollar LIBOR rates fixed lower today, while the 6-month rate rose and the 12-month rate held steady.

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A Eurodollar is a U.S. dollar deposited in any bank outside the United States.

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Monday, May 30, 2011

No LIBOR News Today (Spring Bank Holiday)

No LIBOR news today as UK banks are closed for the Spring Bank Holiday.

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A Eurodollar is a U.S. dollar deposited in any bank outside the United States.

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Friday, May 27, 2011

The 1-, 3-, 6- and 12-Month Eurodollar LIBOR Rates All Eased On Both The Day and The Week

The 1-, 3-, 6- and 12-month Eurodollar LIBOR rates all eased on both the day and the week.

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A Eurodollar is a U.S. dollar deposited in any bank outside the United States.

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Thursday, May 26, 2011

The 1-, and 3-Month Eurodollar LIBOR Rates Declined Today

The 1- and 3-month Eurodollar LIBOR rates declined today, while the 6- and 12-month rates held steady.

image courtesy: The Wall Street Journal
Image courtesy: Wall Street Journal Online

A Eurodollar is a U.S. dollar deposited in any bank outside the United States.

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Click here for a chart comparing LIBOR to the Prime Rate and the target fed funds rate.

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