Euro money market

Money market statistical reporting

The overall money market statistical reporting (MMSR) dataset is based on transaction-by-transaction data from a sample of EU reporting agents covering the secured, unsecured, foreign exchange swap and euro overnight index swap money market segments.


  1. achieve a better understanding of how money markets work and evolve, their changing patterns and, in particular, banks’ funding in different segments;
  2. provide more relevant and timely information on the monetary policy transmission mechanism, as well as better information on market expectations about the future trajectory of policy rates;
  3. provide more information to market participants on the functioning of the money markets.

Surveys and studies

Market experts from the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) produce an annual survey of developments in the euro area money market – the Euro money market survey – consisting of a large number of charts.

Every two years, the ESCB also produces a Euro money market study, which contains an in-depth analysis of euro area money market developments.

The survey and study are part of the ESCB’s regular monitoring activities. They cover the second quarter (Q2) of each year.

Euro money market survey

The most recent survey was published in September 2015.

Each of the 149 banks participating in 2015 reported their quarterly turnover during the second quarter of 2015 in each of the money market segments.

Euro money market study

The most recent study was published in April 2015.

The full dataset is available in the ECB’s Statistical Data Warehouse. The CSV files contain a summarised version of the aggregate data, as well as indices used to produce charts.