Market interest rate

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Market interest rate

Rates of interest paid on deposits and other investments, determined by the interaction of the supply of and demand for funds in the money market.

Market Interest Rate

The interest rate offered most commonly on deposits in banks, other interest-bearing accounts, as well as on loans. The market interest rate is different for different investment vehicles, though all are determined by the supply and demand for credit.
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Market interest rates have risen following expectations of tapering of the monetary stimulus programme in the US.
In contrast, they expect Bank of England chief Mark Carney to talk down a sharp rise in UK market interest rates, perhaps as early as next week, and reiterate his pledge to keep rates low until end-2016 as laid out in the forward guidance plan.
And lower risk makes for below market interest rates.
One example of a solvent partnership falling under this rule could be a situation in which the FMV of the equity interest exchanged is less than the face amount of the debt, due to a change in market interest rates as compared to the interest rate used by the debt instrument.
Thus, the establishment of the new discount rates did not represent a change in the stance of monetary policy, and the general level of market interest rates should not be affected.
A An ARM--short for adjustable rate mortgage--means that the mortgage rate is flexible based on current market interest rates.
If market interest rates are higher than your bond's interest rate, the bond will drop in value.
The decline in net interest income and portfolio spreads is directly attributable to the rapid rise in general market interest rates experienced over the past four to five months.
Since reduced discount rates increase companies' pension fund liabilities, any turnaround in market interest rates this year will be good news for many pension fund managers.
The court rejected the IRS's assertion that the differential between market interest rates and the contract interest rates stated in the debt obligations was not an asset.
Other market interest rates fell appreciably over much of the period, though these declines were partially reversed near the end of the period.
On balance, short-term market interest rates posted mixed changes over the intermeeting period, while intermediate- and long-term rates rose appreciably.