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Basic Info

The 1 Month LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) is the interest rate set for banks to be able to borrow from each other for 1 month. LIBOR rates are important because they can serve as benchmarks for various interest rates globally. Many analysts will use LIBOR rates as an added rate or premium to value securities. Historically, the 1 Month LIBOR rate reached as high as 10.31% in 1989. It also reached near 0 shortly after the Great Recession in 2008-2009 because of a global low rate environment.

1-Month LIBOR based on US Dollar is at 0.15%, compared to 0.16% the previous market day and 2.04% last year. This is lower than the long term average of 3.57%.

Report LIBOR
Category Interest Rates
Region United Kingdom
Source ICE

Stats

Last Value 0.15%
Latest Period Sep 04 2020
Last Updated Sep 11 2020, 08:05 EDT
Next Release
Long Term Average 3.57%
Average Growth Rate -8.39%
Value from 1 Year Ago 2.04%
Change from 1 Year Ago -92.45%
Frequency Market Daily
Unit Percent
Adjustment N/A

Historical Data

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Date Value
September 04, 2020 0.15%
September 03, 2020 0.16%
September 02, 2020 0.15%
September 01, 2020 0.16%
August 28, 2020 0.16%
August 27, 2020 0.16%
August 26, 2020 0.16%
August 25, 2020 0.17%
August 24, 2020 0.17%
August 21, 2020 0.18%
August 20, 2020 0.18%
August 19, 2020 0.17%
August 18, 2020 0.16%
August 17, 2020 0.16%
August 14, 2020 0.15%
August 13, 2020 0.16%
August 12, 2020 0.16%
August 11, 2020 0.16%
August 10, 2020 0.17%
August 07, 2020 0.16%
August 06, 2020 0.16%
August 05, 2020 0.15%
August 04, 2020 0.15%
August 03, 2020 0.16%
July 31, 2020 0.15%
Date Value
July 30, 2020 0.16%
July 29, 2020 0.16%
July 28, 2020 0.17%
July 27, 2020 0.17%
July 24, 2020 0.17%
July 23, 2020 0.17%
July 22, 2020 0.18%
July 21, 2020 0.18%
July 20, 2020 0.18%
July 17, 2020 0.18%
July 16, 2020 0.19%
July 15, 2020 0.18%
July 14, 2020 0.18%
July 13, 2020 0.17%
July 10, 2020 0.18%
July 09, 2020 0.18%
July 08, 2020 0.19%
July 07, 2020 0.18%
July 06, 2020 0.17%
July 03, 2020 0.16%
July 02, 2020 0.16%
July 01, 2020 0.17%
June 30, 2020 0.16%
June 29, 2020 0.17%
June 26, 2020 0.18%

Basic Info

The 1 Month LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) is the interest rate set for banks to be able to borrow from each other for 1 month. LIBOR rates are important because they can serve as benchmarks for various interest rates globally. Many analysts will use LIBOR rates as an added rate or premium to value securities. Historically, the 1 Month LIBOR rate reached as high as 10.31% in 1989. It also reached near 0 shortly after the Great Recession in 2008-2009 because of a global low rate environment.

1-Month LIBOR based on US Dollar is at 0.15%, compared to 0.16% the previous market day and 2.04% last year. This is lower than the long term average of 3.57%.

Report LIBOR
Category Interest Rates
Region United Kingdom
Source ICE

Stats

Last Value 0.15%
Latest Period Sep 04 2020
Last Updated Sep 11 2020, 08:05 EDT
Next Release
Long Term Average 3.57%
Average Growth Rate -8.39%
Value from 1 Year Ago 2.04%
Change from 1 Year Ago -92.45%
Frequency Market Daily
Unit Percent
Adjustment N/A