July 6 (Bloomberg) -- The rate banks say they pay for three-month loans in euros may rise today, according to Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank.
The London interbank offered rate, or Libor, for such loans may increase to 0.735 percent, said David Keeble, head of fixed-income strategy in London. The rate was 0.731 percent yesterday, data from the British Bankers’ Association showed.
Libor for three-month dollars may slip to 0.53 percent from 0.531 percent, Keeble said.
The euro interbank offered rate, or Euribor, for three-month loans may rise to 0.798 percent, he said. The rate was 0.793 percent yesterday, according to the European Banking Federation.
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