The average allotment rate - which represents the average cost charged for borrowing from the ECB in this particular tender - was 4.61%, 61 basis points higher than the central bank's benchmark rate.
A spokesperson for the ECB told Central Bank News that the average allotment rates in June and July, before the credit crunch struck, were
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