The prior Global Debt to GDP post made me dig up this excellent chart from Ron Griess of The Chart Store. It shows the 2007-09 crisis was unprecedented in what it did to credit spreads between the US and Europe:

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Chart courtesy of The Chart Store

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Fixed Income/Interest Rates

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7 Responses to “LIBOR/Treasury Spread, 1987-2010”

  1. SINGER says:

    I don’t know what is crazier… how high the spreads got or how much they’ve come in…

  2. colin says:

    Im not sure what you mean by credit spreads between US and Europe. Libor is an inter-bank rate, not a US-Europe spread indicator…

  3. mark says:

    OT: Uh, oh. Get out the magazine indicator -

    http://ndn3.newsweek.com/media/8/041910_DOMcvr.jpg

    Or is Newsweek so irrelevant that it doesn’t count?

  4. I-Man says:

    Hmmm…

    Now what lurking in the periphery might help usher in a little LIBOR reversion?

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