The composite cost-of-borrowing indicators are based on bank interest rate statistics. This measure is used to accurately assess borrowing costs for non-financial corporations and households and further enhances cross-country comparability. Four basic categories of lending rates per country are defined: short-term and long-term lending rates both to non-financial corporations and to households for house purchase.
This dataset covers composite cost-of-borrowing indicators for new loans to households and to non-financial corporations, as well as for long-term loans and for short-term loans to both households and to non-financial corporations (percentages per annum, rates on new business).
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- Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Spain, United Kingdom, Finland, Malta, Luxembourg, Portugal, Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Poland, Greece, France, Sweden, Slovakia, Ireland, Estonia, Italy, Denmark, Latvia, Slovenia, Netherlands, Romania, Belgium
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European Central Bank - Directorate General Statistics
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