- Short-term interest rates – Rates on money markets for different maturities (overnight, 1–12 months).
- Long-term interest rates, Maastricht criterion - Yield on government bonds with a maturity of ten years. These interest rates are used to define the Maastricht criterion on long-term interest rates, which is one of the criteria for determining whether or not an EU member state is eligible to join the European monetary union.
- Long-term interest rates (non-EU countries) - government bond yields of around 10 years' maturity.
- Euro yield curves – Yields and coefficients calculated for different euro yield curves (par yield curves, instantaneous forward curves and zero coupon spot rate yield curves) based on different selections of bonds.
Historical data - discontinued series:
- Day-to-day interest rates for euro area countries
- 3-month interest rates for euro area countries
- ECU interest rates and yields
- Central government bond yields
- Euro yield curves: former Eurostat calculation which ceased in 2005.
The compilation and dissemination of monetary and financial indicators at the European level is chiefly the responsibility of the European Central Bank. A wide range of detailed European and natonal monetary and financial indicators can be found in the ECB's Statistical Data Warehouse.