The six-month Euribor remained below 4 percent last week, falling to 3.941 percent on Thursday.
The six-month Euribor reached its highest level of the week on Wednesday at 3.964 percent.
On Thursday, the euro interest rate for a three-month period rose to a record high of 3.815 percent. It was 3.788 percent at the same time a week earlier.
Over the week, the 12-month Euribor slightly increased, reaching its highest point of 4.116 percent on Wednesday before falling to 4.095 percent on Thursday.
The Euro Interbank Offered Rate (Euribor), is a pan-European interbank interest rate at which banks across Europe can lend money to each other.
Editor: Barbara Oja, Kristina Kersa