London Inter-Bank Offered Rate, or LIBOR as it is commonly known, represents an average lending rate between banks in London. It is based on the rates of the highest-rated banks in the city and is used frequently as a benchmark for short-term interest rates around the world. The rate is published daily by the British Bankers’ Association (BBA) and available to those licensed by the BBA. When the rates are two months old, the BBA will post them on their website where the public is free to view and download them, for personal use.
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Go to tiny.cc/l7JCS, which will take you to the British Bankers’ Association website.
Read the disclaimer in the box, located midway on the page. Click in the “I Accept The Terms and Conditions" box. Click “Proceed."
Choose the month for which you would like a daily LIBOR history. You have a choice of downloading a text list or an Excel spreadsheet. Click the option you desire.
A Windows dialogue box will appear asking you if you would like to open the file or save the file. Click on "Save File," then click "OK."
Enter whatever name you would like to give the file and where on your computer you want to save it and click “Save." The daily history of LIBOR rates, for the chosen month, is now downloaded onto your computer.
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