Implied Rate

Implied Rate

The interest rate as calculated from the difference between a forward exchange rate and a spot exchange rate.
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TABLE 2 Implied Rate of Time Preference ([delta]) Assuming Exercise Adds 2 Years to Life for Exercising x Hours per Week D=50 D=58 D=66 x 0.
ICAP's calculations note the implied rate would be negative, meaning lenders would have to effectively pay borrowers to take euros off of their hands.
For the United States, the implied rate of growth is 2.
But Rensburg Sheppards Investment Management had achieved "an implied rate of net organic growth" in the six months of 0.
On the first business day of December 2001, the implied rate on the January federal funds futures contract was 1.
Column (1) of this table indicates that without separating the impact of public and private investment, the implied rate of convergence among the developing countries was 0.
The first is $5,263, which is the loss from the implied rate of 106.
Adjusting this implied interest rate for the 67-day forecast horizon--June 25 through August 31--and assuming i basis point every 30 days, one obtains a risk-adjusted implied rate for August of (0.
Because market participants understand that deviations of the overnight funds rate from its desired level will tend to average out over the span of a month, the implied rate is essentially the market's expectation of the FOMC's intended rate.
For the first time since August 2002, the implied rate of expansion of global manufacturing output outpaced that of service sector activity.
While the Bank has implied rates will stay on hold until at least 2016, markets are predicting a hike in the first quarter of 2015.
Therefore, CBR's FX swap rate will lose in importance as a driver of short end FX implied rates as no bank will be tapping this (by then) avery expensive' facility in the first place.