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CARGA_INICIAL20200528

Translating EURIBOR increases into improved banking margins: Differential timing on asset and liability repricing

After more than five years of abnormally low, even negative, interest rate levels in the case of the 12-month EURIBOR, the fact that rates have turned positive and look likely to stay there on a structural basis foreshadows a clearcut improvement in the banking sector’s net interest income. Irrespective of the clearly positive impact of the new rate scenario for the banks’, the transition will not be linear and before margins increase, they will likely dip.

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Del euríbor al margen de intermediación en dos etapas: diferente repreciación de activos y pasivos

El tipo de interés más relevante para el negocio bancario minorista, el euríbor, especialmente el referido a doce meses, ha permanecido en terreno negativo durante más de un lustro, ejerciendo una fuerte presión a la baja sobre los márgenes de intermediación, “encorsetados” entre unos activos cuya rentabilidad no paraba de bajar y unos depósitos a los que era prácticamente imposible aplicar tipos negativos, salvo en el caso de los mayoristas vinculados al euríbor.

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The yield curve and the bank-public debt nexus

For banks, higher rates mean better interest income, but also higher debt servicing costs for households and businesses and a decline in the value of securities held on banks´ balance sheets. In this context, for the first time since the Eurozone Crisis, the bank-public debt nexus is under renewed scrutiny, as monetary tightening unsettles markets and yield curves shift up.

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