EBF’s Three-Month Dollar Euribor Rate Declines to 0.974 Percent

April 12 (Bloomberg) -- Three-month dollar Euribor, a gauge of dollar funding costs started by the Brussels-based European Banking Federation on April 2, declined.

The measure fell to 0.974 percent from 0.989 percent at 10 a.m. in London.

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