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Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Interbank Cost Of Borrowing (IBCOBD678FRBCLE)

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Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Interbank Cost Of Borrowing 2014-02-17 Current
 
Source    

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland 2014-02-17 Current
 
Release    

Cleveland Financial Stress Index 2014-02-17 Current
 
Units    

Units of Stress 2014-02-17 Current
 
Frequency    

Daily 2014-02-17 Current
 
Seasonal Adjustment    

Not Seasonally Adjusted 2014-02-17 Current
 
Notes    

This chart shows the contribution of the interbank cost of borrowing spread to the CFSI. This spread is used to measure counterparty risk and is used to measure the degree of apprehension with which banks loan to one another. It is calculated as the difference between the 3-Month LIBOR and the Federal Funds Rate.

2014-02-17 Current
 

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