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/ The Euribor rises in daily rate up to 2,150% and close June at 2.14%. Despite this slight stagnation (took five months in a row going up) who now review your mortgage will have an increase in your monthly payment. Experts say that the index will close 2011 at around 2.5%. The euribor, indicator of rrencia for the majority of mortgages, will close June 2,143%, four hundredths less than may. Despite this slight stagnation (took five months in a row going up) who now review your mortgage will have an increase in your monthly payment. And is that in June 2010 the euribor was 1,281, so the annual review that will make this month more expensive mortgage an average of 50 euros per month (approximately 620 euros per year) for an average of 120,000 loan to 20 years. If the review that is now biannual, the rise will be smaller, 36 euros and about 228 euros the semester.

In the case of half-yearly review mortgages, quotas will experience a slight rise, since the upturn in relation to the data of December Euribor (1,526%) is lower in comparison with the data of June 2010, when the index stood at 1,281%. Thus, quotas will reach June 527 euros, representing 38 euros more and 228 euros more for the fall semester. The quotation of Euribor was characterized by a degree of stability during the first days of June, however, the uncertainty about Greece and the fear of a suspension of payments raised tensions in the interbank market. The lack of confidence and the maximum levels of the risk premium increased the quotation of euribor during the second half of the month, although the index remained at moderate levels and will be placed below the level of may in June. Experts say that the index will close 2011 in around 2.5%, although this level will ultimately depend on rate policy that carried out by the European Central Bank (ECB). l euribor stagnates but rises the mortgage euribor, indicator of rrencia for most of the mortgages, will close today June 2,143%, four hundredths less than may. Despite this slight stagnation (took five months in a row going up) who now review your mortgage will have an increase in your monthly payment. And is that in June 2010 the euribor was 1,281, so the annual review that will make this month more expensive mortgage 50 to monthly average (620 euros per year) for an average of 120,000 loan to 20 years. If the review that is now biannual, the rise will be smaller, 36 and about 228 per semester. Source of the news: euribor restrains his rise but the mortgage continues to rise