Category Archives: Central bank

Interactive web page

Every working day via an interactive webpage, the ECB releases a set of nominal yield curves based on AAA-rated
euro-denominated bonds issued by euro area central governments, covering the maturity spectrum from three months up to 30 years.
In addition, euro area yield curves covering all euro area central government bonds and the spreads between
both curves are released. The spot, instantaneous forward and par yield curves, both past and present,
can be easily displayed using the webpage’s charting facility.

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Latest (04 January 2017) euro area government bond yield curves

The latest data (from 04 January 2017) for the euro area yield curves are available! Download the latest spot,
instantaneous forward and par yield curves based on the AAA-rated euro-denominated bonds issued by euro area
central governments as well as the curves covering all euro area central government bonds.
The maturity spectrum covers three months up to 30 years.

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AU: 0.5449 SDR = 1 AUD 2017-01-05 RBA 4.00 pm Eastern Australian time

AUD/SDR representative rate as at 4.00 pm Eastern Australian time on 05 Jan 2017. The value of the Special Drawing Right is calculated by the International Monetary Fund on the basis of a weighted basket of four currencies – US dollar, European euro, Japanese yen and UK pound. The Fund publishes the value of the SDR each day in terms of US dollars; the latest available rate is crossed with the 4 pm A$/US$ rate.

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