Debt interest rates have been declining for two years and rising for five to 10 years

Debt interest rates have been declining for two years and rising for five to 10 years

At 08:25 in Lisbon, the 10-year interest rate rose to 0.457 percent from 0.458 percent on Monday. After closing in negative territory during the sessions on January 15, 11 and 8, the current low of -0.059% was checked. On December 15th.

The 10-year interest rate was also negative between December 8 and 16.

The five-year interest rate rose to -0.264 per cent this morning. It fell to an all-time low of -0.506 per cent on December 15 from -0.268 per cent on Monday.

The two-year interest rate fell to -0.572 per cent. It was 0.567 per cent on Monday. The current low of -0.746 per cent was recorded on December 15.

Interest rates in Ireland and Italy have always been high.

Sovereign shop interest in Portugal, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Spain at 08:25:

2 years … 5 years … 10 years

Portugal

01/06 ……- 0,572 …- 0,264 …… 0,467

31/05 ……- 0,567 …- 0,268 …… 0,458

Greece

01/06 ……- 0,331 …. 0,103 …… 0,824

31/05 ……- 0,326 …. 0,103 …… 0,822

Ireland

01/06 ……- 0,596 …- 0,368 …… 0,210

31/05 ……- 0,598 …- 0,377 …… 0,195

Italy

01/06 ……- 0,325 …. 0,158 …… 0,914

31/05 ……- 0,328 …. 0,156 …… 0,908

Spain

01/06 ……- 0,508 …- 0,218 …… 0,472

31/05 ……- 0,505 …- 0,224 …… 0,461

Source: Bloomberg ‘Bid’ Values ​​(Interest required by investors to borrow) This compares with the conclusion of the last session.

Also read: Lisbon stock exchange begins to rise 0.50%

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