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Eonia (Euro OverNight Index Average) is an effective overnight rate computed as a weighted average of all overnight unsecured lending transactions in the interbank market. It has been initiated within the euro area by the contributing panel banks. It is one of the two benchmarks for the money and capital markets in the euro zone (the other one being Euribor).

Eonia reference rates are published on the Moneyline Telerate (http://www.moneyline.com/) pages 247 and 47867. Informative historical data can also be found at the Euribor homepage (http://www.euribor.org/html/content/eonia_data.html).

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Euronext - EONIA > Mercado EONIA (589 words)
EONIA is short for Euro Over-Night Index Average, and is compiled by the European Central Bank (ECB).
The banks contributing to this index, known as the EONIA Panel, are the same panel banks which contribute to EURIBOR.  As such, EONIA is representative of the vast majority of euro-denominated over-night lending.
The importance of EONIA goes far beyond its usefulness to the ECB and, ever since it was first published, EONIA has been a useful tool for the trading community as it is used as the underlying rate of numerous derivatives transactions.  EONIA spin-offs include the Overnight Indexed Swap (OIS) market.
About Eonia (183 words)
Eonia® (Euro OverNight Index Average) is the effective overnight reference rate for the euro.
It is computed as a weighted average of all overnight unsecured lending transactions undertaken in the interbank market, initiated within the euro area by the contributing banks.
The banks contributing to Eonia® are the same as the Panel Banks quoting for Euribor®;.
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