LIBOR — London Inter Bank Offered Rate. This is a money market rate offered on the interbank market for unsecured investments of varying maturity, denominated in various currencies. A popular capital cost indicator. LIBORs are “fixed” daily at 11am (UTC) by the British Bankers’s Association (BBA) by gathering input from the LIBOR Panel, a body representing a few banks believed to be important in the interbank market. The input is supposed to reflect today’s evaluation of the state of the money market (based on actual interbank loan offers) by each panel participant. BBA publishes the data for EUR, USD, GBP, JPY, CHF, CAD, AUD, DKK, NZD, and SEK. The maturities tracked are s/n-o/n (BBA abbreviation, s/n-o/n means spot/next – overnight), one week, two weeks, one month, two months, three months, four months, five months, six months, seven months, eight months, nine months, ten months, eleven months, and twelve months. If you need historical LIBOR interest rates data, BBA is the place to go.