List of countries by central bank interest rates

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This is a list of countries by annualized interest rate set by the central bank for charging commercial, depository banks for loans to meet temporary shortages of funds.

List[edit]

Country or
currency union
Central bank
interest rate (%)
Date of last
change
 Albania 1.25 4 May 2016[1]
 Angola 16.00 30 June 2016[1]
 Argentina 9.00 21 October 2009[1]
 Armenia 6.50 15 November 2016[1]
 Australia 1.50 2 August 2016[1]
 Azerbaijan 15.00 9 September 2016[1]
 Bahamas 4.50 [1]
 Bahrain 0.75 17 December 2015[1]
 Bangladesh 6.75 14 January 2016[1]
 Barbados - [1]
 Belarus 18.00 17 August 2016[1]
 Botswana 5.50 12 August 2016[1]
 Brazil 13.00 11 January 2017[2][2]
 Bulgaria 0.00 29 January 2016[1]
 Canada 0.50 15 July 2015[1][3]
 Cape Verde 3.50 16 February 2015[1]
Central African States 2.45 10 July 2015[1]
 Chile 3.50 17 December 2015[1]
 China 4.35 23 October 2015[1][3]
 Colombia 7.75 29 July 2016[1]
 DR Congo 2.00 8 November 2013[1]
 Croatia 2.50 20 October 2015[1]
 Czech Republic 0.05 1 November 2012[1][3]
 Denmark -0.65 7 January 2016[1][3]
 Dominican Republic 5.00 31 May 2015[1]
Eastern Caribbean 6.50 [1]
 Egypt 14.75 3 November 2016[1]
Eurozone 0.00 10 March 2016[1][3]
 Fiji 0.50 2 November 2011[1]
 Gambia 23.00 7 May 2015[1]
 Georgia 6.75 27 July 2016[1]
 Ghana 23.50 27 March 2017[1]
 Hong Kong 0.75 17 December 2015[1]
 Hungary 0.90 24 May 2016[1][3]
 Iceland 5.25 24 August 2016[1]
 India 6.25 4 October 2016[1][3]
 Indonesia 4.75 20 October 2016[1][3]
 Israel 0.10 23 February 2015[1][3]
 Jamaica 5.00 21 May 2016[1]
 Japan -0.10 29 January 2016[1]
 Jordan 3.75 8 July 2015[1]
 Kazakhstan 12.00 14 November 2016[1]
 Kenya 10.00 20 September 2016[1]
 Kuwait 2.25 16 December 2015[1]
 Kyrgyzstan 5.50 28 November 2016[1]
 Macedonia 4.00 3 May 2016[1]
 Malawi 24.00 25 November 2016[1]
 Malaysia 3.00 13 July 2016[1]
 Mauritius 4.00 20 July 2016[1]
 Mexico 5.25 17 November 2016[1][3]
 Moldova 9.00 27 October 2016[1]
 Mongolia 15.00 18 September 2016[1]
 Morocco 2.25 22 March 2016[1]
 Mozambique 23.25 21 October 2016[1]
 Namibia 7.00 13 April 2016[1]
 New Zealand 1.75 10 October 2016[1][3]
 Nigeria 14.00 26 July 2016[1]
 Norway 0.50 17 March 2016[1][3]
 Pakistan 5.75 21 May 2016[1]
 Paraguay 5.50 20 July 2016[1]
 Peru 4.25 11 February 2016[1]
 Philippines 3.00 3 June 2014[1]
 Poland 1.50 4 March 2015[1][3]
 Qatar 4.50 10 August 2011[1]
 Romania 1.75 6 May 2015[1]
 Russia 9.75 24 March 2017[1][3]
 Rwanda 6.50 25 June 2014[1]
 Samoa - 30 September 2016[1]
 Saudi Arabia 2.00 19 January 2009[1][3]
 Serbia 4.00 7 July 2016[1]
 Sierra Leone 10.50 3 October 2016[1]
 South Africa 7.00 17 March 2016[1][3]
 South Korea 1.25 9 June 2016[1][3]
 Sri Lanka 7.00 28 July 2016[1]
 Sweden -0.50 11 February 2016[1][3]
  Switzerland -0.75 15 January 2015[1][3]
 Taiwan 1.375 30 June 2016[1]
 Tajikistan 11.00 15 June 2016[1]
 Thailand 1.50 29 April 2015[1]
 Trinidad and Tobago 4.75 4 December 2015[1]
 Tunisia 4.75 25 April 2017[1]
 Turkey 8.00 24 November 2016[1][3]
 Uganda 13.00 18 October 2016[1]
 Ukraine 13.00 14 April 2017[1]
 UAE 1.25 17 December 2015[1]
 United Kingdom 0.25 4 August 2016[1]
 United States 1.00 15 March 2017[1][3]
 Uruguay - 27 June 2013[1]
 Uzbekistan 9.00 1 January 2015[1]
 Vietnam 6.50 17 March 2014[1]
West African States 3.50 16 September 2013[1]
 Zambia 15.50 3 November 2015[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm "Global Interet Rate Monitor (GIRM)". centralbanknews.info. Retrieved 5 August 2016. 
  2. ^ a b "Brazil cuts benchmark rate to 13%". Mick Bowen from Latin Finance. Retrieved 13 January 2017. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "Central banks - summary of current interest rates". global-rates.com. Retrieved 30 October 2015. 

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