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
Average inflation rate 2013-2017 (%)

by WB and IMF[1][2] as in the List

Central bank interest rate
minus
average inflation rate (2013-2017)
Central bank interest rate
divided by
average inflation rate (2013-2017)
 Albania 1.00 6 June 2016[3] 1.75 -0.75 0.57
 Angola 15.50 24 May 2019[3] 17.54 -2.04 0.88
 Argentina 38.00 5 March 2020[3] 31.17 6.83 2.18
 Armenia 5.75 29 January 2019[3] 2.38 3.37 2.41
 Australia 0.10 3 November 2020[4] 1.93 -1.18 0.39
 Azerbaijan 7.25 1 May 2020[3] 6.51 1.74 1.27
 Bahamas 4.00 22 December 2016 [3] 0.97 3.03 4.10
 Bahrain 2.50 31 July 2019[3] 2.40 0.10 1.04
 Bangladesh 6.00 6 April 2018[3] 6.38 -0.38 0.94
 Barbados 7.00 1 June 2009 [3] 1.67 5.33 4.20
 Belarus 9.50 7 August 2019[3] 13.47 -3.97 0.71
 Botswana 5.00 24 October 2017[3] 3.89 1.11 1.29
 Brazil 6.25 22 September 2021[5] 6.73 -4.48 0.33
 Bulgaria 0.00 29 January 2016[3] 0.12 -0.12 0.00
 Canada 0.25 27 March 2020[3][6] 1.40 0.35 1.25
 Cape Verde 5.50 7 June 2017[3] 0.15 5.35 36.87
Central African States 2.95 22 March 2017[3]
 Costa Rica 0.75 19 December 2020[7]
 Chile 2.75 13 October 2021[8] 3.30 -1.55 0.53
 China 3.85 20 April 2020[3][6] 1.93 2.27 2.17
 Czech Republic 0.25 11 May 2020[3] 1.04 0.96 1.92
 Colombia 2.00 1 October 2021[9]
 DR Congo 9.00 30 April 2019[3] 11.46 -2.46 0.79
 Croatia 3.00 17 September 2017[10]
 Denmark -0.75 12 September 2019[3][6][11] 0.64 -1.39 -1.17
 Dominican Republic 5.25 31 July 2017[3] 2.69 2.56 1.95
Eastern Caribbean 6.50 [3]
 Egypt 8.75 12 November 2020[12] 14.41 -1.16 0.92
European Union Eurozone 0.00 10 March 2016[3][6]
 Fiji 0.50 2 November 2011[3] 2.40 -1.90 0.21
 Gambia 20.00 9 May 2017[3] 6.74 13.26 2.97
 Georgia 7.00 2 May 2017[3] 2.93 4.07 2.39
 Ghana 20.00 24 July 2017[3] 14.79 5.21 1.35
 Hong Kong 2.00 31 October 2019[3] 3.12 -1.12 0.64
 Hungary 1.65 22 September 2021[13] 0.83 0.07 1.08
 Iceland 1.00 20 May 2020[3] 2.20 1.05 1.48
 India 4.00 4 December 2020[14] 6.12 -0.72 0.88
 Indonesia 4.50 19 March 2020[3] 5.29 0.71 1.13
 Iran 18.00 1 May 2016 17.37 0.63 1.04
 Israel 0.10 6 April 2020[6] 0.21 0.04 1.19
 Jamaica 0.50 27 August 2019[3] 5.37 -4.87 0.09
 Japan -0.10 29 January 2016[3] -0.26 0.16 0.38
 Jordan 3.75 15 June 2017[3] 1.85 1.90 2.03
 Kazakhstan 9.00 15 June 2017[3] 8.21 0.79 1.10
 Kenya 10.00 20 September 2016[3] 6.70 3.30 1.49
 Kuwait 2.75 15 March 2017[3] 2.85 -0.10 0.97
 Kyrgyzstan 5.00 27 December 2016[3] 4.81 0.19 1.04
 North Macedonia 3.25 15 February 2017[3] 0.65 2.60 4.97
 Malawi 13.50 3 May 2019[3] 21.26 -7.76 0.64
 Malaysia 1.75 7 July 2020[15] 2.66 0.34 1.13
 Mauritius 2.85 10 March 2020[3] 2.53 1.47 1.58
 Mexico 4.75 1 October 2021[16] 3.88 3.62 1.94
 Moldova 3.25 20 March 2020[17] 6.45 -3.2 0.5
 Mongolia 10.00 11 March 2020[18] 6.80 4.20 1.62
 Morocco 1.50 15 December 2020 [19] 1.26 0.99 1.79
 Mozambique 12.75 14 August 2019[3] 8.40 4.35 1.52
 Namibia 6.50 14 August 2019[3] 5.44 1.06 1.20
 New Zealand 0.25 16 March 2020[3][6] 1.03 -0.03 0.97
 Nigeria 13.50 26 March 2019[3] 11.49 2.01 1.18
 Norway 0.00 8 May 2020[3][6] 2.35 -0.85 0.64
 Pakistan 9.00 17 April 2020[3] 5.03 3.97 2.63
 Paraguay 0.75 22 December 2020[20] 3.70 1.80 1.49
 Peru 1.50 8 October 2021[21] 3.20 -2.95 0.08
 Philippines 4.00 26 September 2019[3] 2.18 1.82 1.83
 Poland 0.10 28 May 2020[3][6] 0.31 1.19 4.84
 Qatar 5.00 16 March 2017[3] 2.27 2.73 2.21
 Romania 1.25 15 January 2021[22] 0.83 1.67 3.00
 Russia 4.25 27 July 2020[3][6] 8.10 -3.85 0.52
 Rwanda 6.00 27 June 2017[3] 5.22 0.78 1.15
 Samoa 0.19 1 June 2019[3] 0.77 -0.58 0.25
 Saudi Arabia 2.25 30 October 2019[3][6] 2.31 -0.06 0.97
 Serbia 1.75 11 March 2020[3] 3.05 -0.55 0.82
 Sierra Leone 13.00 15 June 2017[3] 9.08 3.92 1.43
 South Africa 4.25 14 April 2020[3][6] 5.64 0.86 1.15
 South Korea 0.50 16 May 2020[3][6] 1.24 0.01 1.01
 Sri Lanka 7.25 23 March 2017[3] 5.09 2.16 1.42
 Sweden 0.00 20 December 2018[3][6] 0.50 -0.75 -0.50
  Switzerland -0.75 15 January 2015[3][6] -0.26 -0.49 2.91
 Taiwan 1.125 17 December 2020[23]
 Tajikistan 13.25 31 May 2019[3] 6.03 7.22 2.20
 Thailand 0.50 23 December 2020[24] 0.80 0.70 1.88
 Trinidad and Tobago 9.25 28 September 2018[25] 4.09 5.16 2.26
 Tunisia 7.75 19 February 2019[3] 4.93 2.82 1.57
 Turkey 18.00 22 September 2021[26] 8.58 5.42 1.63
 Uganda 10.00 19 June 2017[3] 4.89 5.11 2.04
 Ukraine 8.5 12 June 2020 [1] 16.73 -10.23 0.36
 UAE 2.00 31 October 2019[3] 2.22 -0.22 0.90
 United Kingdom 0.10 11 March 2020[3] 1.47 -0.72 0.51
 United States 0.25 6 May 2020[3][27] 2.33 -2.08 0.11
 Uruguay 5.25 6 October 2021[28] 8.39
 Uzbekistan 16.00 22 September 2018[3]
 Vietnam 6.00 16 September 2019[3] 3.65 2.35 1.64
West African States 2.50 16 September 2013[3]
 Zambia 10.25 22 May 2019[3] 9.79 0.46 1.05
 Zimbabwe 40.00 18 February 2021 [29][30]

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