the discount rate fixed by a central bank
- The bank rate cut is expected to relieve the severe financial squeeze that has hit industry.
- They would have got a better exchange rate if they had gone to a bank.
- They would have gotten a better exchange rate if they had gone to a bank.
- The Bank of Japan lowered its discount rate by half a percentage point Monday, bringing the key lending rate to 4.5%.
- Bank-issued plain vanilla bonds (fixed-rate and floating-rate)
- The "base rate (ECB)" refers to the interest rate applied by the European Central Bank to its main refinancing operations.
- The allotment to Bank 1 at the marginal interest rate is, for example:
- This rate is permitted in view of the usual bank rates given in similar situations.
- Before 2004 no five-year inter-bank swap rate existed in Poland.
- The conversion rate to be used shall be the rate most recently fixed by the European Central Bank prior to the operative event.
- Taking into due consideration the nature of its activities, the European Central Bank (ECB) should be adequately covered against foreign exchange rate, interest rate and gold price risks.
- The interest rate corresponds to the rate applied by the European Central Bank, on the due date, for its operations in EUR, increased by 1,5 pecentage points.
- This reference rate was as of 1 May 20047,62 % for Poland . Before 2004 no five-year inter-bank swap rate existed in Poland.
- In return for the deferral the Land of Berlin applied an interest rate on the loan amounting to the base rate of the European Central Bank plus 2 %.
- National currencies shall be transformed into euro using the average annual exchange rate available from the European Central Bank (ECB).