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- June 2013: ING ceased contributing to Eurepo after 7 June
- May 2013: Euribor-EBF announces its decision to differentiate Euribor and Eonia panels
- May 2013: LBBW ceased contributing to Euribor after 31 May
- May 2013: Helaba ceased contributing to Euribor after 31 May
- May 2013: Bank of Ireland stopped contributing to the Eurepo after 31 May
- May 2013: Euribor-EBF’s response to the IOSCO Consultation on Principles for Financial Benchmarks
- May 2013: LandesBank Berlin ceased contributing to Euribor- Eonia and USD Euribor panels on 1 May
- April 2013: Citibank ceased contributing to the Eonia Swap Index panel as of 16 April.
- March 2013: Revised Eonia documentation effective as of 2 April.
On 14 December 2000, the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) has decided that, from 2002 until further notice, the Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer (TARGET) system will be closed, in addition to Saturdays and Sundays, on the following days:
- New Year's Day
- Good Friday (Catholic/Protestant)
- Easter Monday (Catholic/Protestant)
- 1 May (Labour Day)
- Christmas Day
- 26 December
For further information, please visit the Website of the ECB.
Similarly to Euribor®, Eonia® is sponsored by the European Banking Federation (EBF), which represents the interests of some 5,000 European banks, and by the Financial Markets Association (ACI).
The first Eonia® was published on the evening of 4 January 1999, on the basis of January 4 overnight unsecured lending transactions.
On 3 September 2007, Eonia® moves to 3 decimals.