Yesterday, the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) kept its policy interest rate unchanged. The Fed indicated that the U.S economy still shows a modest growth. Therefore, the Fed does not exclude the possibility of tightening monetary policy in December.
On Wednesday the oil prices increased sharply. Brent oil increased by 4.4% to USD 48.90 per barrel and WTI oil increased by 5.5% to USD 45.55 per barrel. This increase was caused, among others by the weekly announcement by the US government on the oil reserves. These reserves decreased more than was expected.
The Japanese industrial output increased with 1% in September 2015 compared to October2015, where a decrease of 0.6% was predicted. On a year to year basis the industrial output showed a decrease of 0.9% where economics predicted a decrease of 2.6%.
The 6M Euribor remained unchanged at 0.01%. The 10Y Swap remained increase with 1 basispoint to 0.85%.
In the attachment, today’s market data on money and capital market rates as well as other rates are presented. For more history of these rates or other rates feel free to ask: email@example.com.
Managed by Sluijmer Multimedia and hosted by True.