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The euro short-term rate (€STR) reflects the wholesale euro unsecured overnight borrowing costs of banks located in the euro area. The €STR is published on each TARGET2 business day based on transactions conducted and settled on the previous TARGET2 business day (the reporting date “T”) with a maturity date of T+1 which are deemed to have been executed at arm’s length and thus reflect market rates in an unbiased way.


estr [-p {volume_weighted_trimmed_mean_rate,number_of_transactions,number_of_active_banks,total_volume,share_of_volume_of_the_5_largest_active_banks,rate_at_75th_percentile_of_volume,rate_at_25th_percentile_of_volume}] [-s START_DATE] [-e END_DATE]


parameter-p --parameterSpecific Euro Short-Term Rate data to retrievevolume_weighted_trimmed_mean_rateTruevolume_weighted_trimmed_mean_rate, number_of_transactions, number_of_active_banks, total_volume, share_of_volume_of_the_5_largest_active_banks, rate_at_75th_percentile_of_volume, rate_at_25th_percentile_of_volume
start_date-s --startStarting date (YYYY-MM-DD) of dataNoneTrueNone
end_date-e --endEnding date (YYYY-MM-DD) of dataNoneTrueNone

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