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Central bank rates

Central bank rates description

Fed Rate - The Federal Funds Rate is the interest rate at which banks place free funds held in accounts with the US Federal Reserve System to other banks overnight.

ECB rate - Refinancing rate - the interest rate that is the lowest possible for applications to raise funds in the tender of the European Central Bank. The ECB holds a tender every two weeks to place funds, which is necessary to maintain liquidity in the monetary system.

Bank of England rate - Interest rate on repo transactions – it is the interest rate at which the Bank of England issues short-term loans secured by securities. This interest rate is the main one in the UK.

Discount rate of the Bank of Japan - The interest rate at which the Bank of Japan issues loans to maintain the liquidity of banks. Bank of Japan Rate - Target overnight interest rate is the level of interest that the Bank of Japan wants to see as an average in the market for short-term deposits. The Bank of Japan influences on the level of this rate through operations with government securities.

The key rate of the Russian Federation is the minimum interest rate at which the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) provides loans to commercial banks for a period of 1 week, and at the same time it is the maximum rate at which the CBR is ready to accept deposits from banks.

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