Call money rate

Call money rate

Also called the broker loan rate , the interest rate that banks charge brokers to finance margin loans to investors. The broker charges the investor the call money rate plus a service charge.

Broker Loan Rate

The interest rate at which banks make loans to brokers in order to finance margin loans for their clients. Because the broker wishes to make a profit on his/her own margin loans, he/she offers margin loans at a premium to the broker loan rate. It is also called the call money rate.
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The liquidity surplus has dragged the average call money rate down to close to 7 percent this month.
The Central bank halved the overnight call money rate to 0.25 per cent and increased the 7- day and 14- day repo limits to 0.75 per cent from 0.50 per cent.
MUMBAI -- Unusual short term liquidity shortfall in the money market forced call money rate o the overnight interest rate that a bank pays to borrow from another bank o to shoot up to a high of about 13% on Friday last week.
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The unsecured overnight call money rate on a weighted average stood at 0.04%, unchanged from late trading on Monday.
On July 7 the Bank of Japan guided the overnight call money rate to a historic low of 0.75 percent, below the official discount rate (ODR).
The head of the apex bank said that it was monitoring the liquidity situation and trying to keep the call money rate close to 8 percent.
Asked to give one reason for a low evaluation, 38 economists cited the BOJ's decision in August last year to end the policy of steering the key unsecured overnight call money rate to as close to zero as possible.
Asked to comment on the Bank of Japan's decision last week to guide the key unsecured overnight call money rate to around 0.25% from 0.4-0.5%, Brown said he expects the easing of monetary policy to work in the economy's favor.
The previous record-low prime rate was 1.90% set March 8 to match the low seen in May and June of 1999, when the central bank took the zero-rate policy of guiding the overnight call money rate to nearly zero.
The new rate matches the low seen in May and June of 1999, when the central bank guided the call money rate to nearly zero.
11, the BOJ decided to scrap the policy of guiding the key short-term money market rate to near zero and raise the target for unsecured overnight call money rate to around 0.25%.