BBA LIBOR – historical rates
The BBA (British Bankers’ Association) LIBOR is a primary benchmark for short term interest rates globally. For a full explanation of why bbalibor™ is now used, rather than LIBOR (London Inter Bank Offer Rate), read the historical perspective page.
You can follow BBALIBOR on Twitter for free daily updates of the three-month Sterling BBA LIBOR rate: twitter.com/BBALIBOR
For Datastream the category is interest rates and source British Bankers’ Association.
For Bloomberg Professional use functions BBAM or BBAL or the predicitive search for a specific rate.
For Global Financial Database (GFD) search GFDatabase for LIBOR.
For more detail see Manchester Business Answers 24/7 (FAQ) answer:
The LIBOR rates are only available in the Thomson One Banker Excel add-in, not in the standard web interface.