Interest Rates Table (Forex Interest Rates)
Central bank interest rate is the rate at which country's central banking institutions lend short-term money to the country's commercial banks. Interest rates also play an important role in Forex market. Because the currencies bought via broker are not delivered to the buyer, broker should pay trader an interest based on the difference between "short" currency interest rate and "long" currency interest rate.
In the interest rates table, you can find the current interest rates of 32 different countries and 1 monetary union. Additionally you are able to scroll back in time and see how and when the interest rates were changed by the central banks. Alternatively, you can set the date below to get the interest rates on any day in the past:
Interest rates of the following countries are covered in this interest rates table: United States of America, United Kingdom, European Union, Japan, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Denmark, Chile, South Africa, Sweden, Brazil, South Korea, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Thailand, China, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Isreal, Malaysia, Mexico, Romania, Singapore, Taiwan, Argentina and Turkey.
Note: Not all 'Unchanged' central bank decisions are included into the above table.
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