Rise of risk premiums in Spain as a result of Brexit 2016

The statistics show the evolution of risk premiums in Spain following the Brexit referendum results in June 2016. Following the victory of Brexit, on June 24th, the Spanish risk premiums experienced a sudden overnight rise of 36 points.

Increase in the risk premiums in Spain following the results of the Brexit referendum in June 2016

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Source

Release date

June 2016

Region

Spain

Survey time period

June 20-24, 2016

Special properties

data at the end of the day

Supplementary notes

The risk premium (also, country risk) is the premium that investors demand for buying public debt in one country compared to another, whose price is used as a basis for being considered as a more secure debt. In the case of Spain and the rest of the countries of the European Union, the German bond is taken as reference. Thus, the risk premium is calculated by subtracting the interest paid on the secondary markets by the 10-year German bonds to the interest paid on the Spanish bonds

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