12-month Euribor, month by month, with the annual and monthly change in percentage terms.

Use the ‘show entries’ option to display the number of periods or records you want. ‘All’ will show all the periods in the data set. Use the table headings, especially of the first column on the left to organise / toggle the data as ascending or descending (default position is descending so you see the latest results at the top of the table). Use the filter field under the first column to focus on a period or series in that column. For example, type ‘Q’ just to see quarters, ‘M’ for months, or ‘Y’ for years. Type ‘202’ to see all periods this decade, or ‘2021’ just for the year 2021. The table will automatically update to reflect your filter parameter, and any charts associated with the table will update according to your filter. And if you see a ‘Columns’ button you can use that to toggle columns > click on the button to show/hide columns. P.S. if you ever see FNR that means Foreign Non-Residents.

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Euribor & ECB MRO rate (sql id 217)

This table shows the average 12-month Euribor rate plus its year-on-year and month-on-month change. 12-month Euribor is the base rate used by most mortgages in Spain. The table also shows the European Central Bank's (ECB) main refinancing operations fixed rate - the relevant base interest rate for the Eurozone - and the spread between Euribor and the ECB rate. In normal times there should be a positive spread to reflect the slight risk and cost of lending between banks on the open market.