Market interest rate

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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The base rate, calculated twice a year, is determined on the basis of the average for the 12-month market interest rate quoted over the three months prior to the rate being set.
"...It is proposed that all new floating rate (for) personal or retail loans (housing, auto, etc) and floating rate loans to Micro and Small Enterprises extended by banks from April 1, 2019 shall be benchmarked" to repo rate, or 91/182 Treasury Bill yield or any other benchmark market interest rate produced by the Financial Benchmarks India Pvt Ltd (FBIL).
The bank said, 'The Central Bank emphasises that, based on its current projections, an increase in market interest rate is not expected in the near term.
The average money market interest rate stood at 4.28% in December 2015 against 4.30% one month earlier.
Interest rate risk might lead a bank to be locked into a lower-rate investment than the market interest rate. For example, if a bank holds a 30-year mortgage with a fixed-rate of 3.5 percent and 28 years remaining on it and mortgage rates rise to 4.5 percent, the bank is foregoing the extra 1 percent it could have earned if it was not locked into the mortgage.
Originally the interest rate was to follow the market interest rate, but now the rate is at least 70% of the BI rate.
Instead of borrowing the money directly and paying the market interest rate, a middleman is effectively hired to borrow the money, and make a fortune.
The regression model of the equation (1), bivariate time series model, explains that [beta] as the response of the change in particular market interest rate i, let say 91 day maturity Treasury bill ([DELTA] [R.sub.0]), to the change in monetary policy instrument (interest rate), in this instance [DELTA] [R.sub.0].
Once a target interest rate is announced, the problem of implementation arises: How can a central bank ensure that the relevant market interest rate stays at or near the chosen target?
Like many central banks, the Federal Reserve implements monetary policy by setting a target level for a short-term market interest rate. Eight times a year, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meets to review the outlook for the economy and establishes a target for the overnight federal funds rate that is believed to be consistent with its longer-run objectives for price-stability and economic performance.
Re-denomination of long-term fixed-rate deposits or loans would take place on the basis of present market value and the setting of a new market interest rate for the residue of the fixed term.
133 permitted the market interest rate, defined as the risk-free rate plus the credit sector spread, to be designated as the hedged risk in a hedge of interest rate risk." (The risk-free rate is generally equated with the return on three-month U.S.