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Global Central Banks Rates | FX Empire

A country’s central bank rate (discount rate) is the rate at which commercial banks can borrow money from the central bank, in turn affecting borrowing costs across the country. The interest rate is the most important conventional monetary policy tool at the disposal of the central bank.

The central bank interest rates affect the Foreign exchange, Bonds and Equity markets and are closely followed by investors.

We have summarized a global overview of the central bank interest rates, with the option to dive in and explore the interest rate history of each country across the world.

Major Central Banks

BankRateNext MeetingLast Change
Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
1.85%
Sep 06, 2022
+0.5% - Jul 2022
Bank of Canada (BoC)
2.5%
Sep 07, 2022
+1% - Jun 2022
European Central Bank (ECB)
0.5%
Sep 08, 2022
+0.5% - Jun 2022
Bank of Japan (BoJ)
-0.1%
Sep 22, 2022
-0.1% - Dec 2015
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ)
2.5%
+0.5% - May 2022
Swiss National Bank (SNB)
-0.25%
+0.5% - May 2022
Bank of England (BoE)
1.75%
Sep 15, 2022
+0.5% - Jul 2022
U.S. Federal Reserve (The Fed)
2.5%
Sep 21, 2022
+0.75% - Jun 2022

Emerging Markets Central Banks

BankRateNext MeetingLast Change
Central Bank of Brazil
13.75%
Sep 21, 2022
+0.5% - Jun 2022
People's Bank of China (PBoC)
3.7%
-0.1% - Jan 2022
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
5.4%
+0.5% - Jul 2022
Bank of Russia
8%
Sep 16, 2022
-1.5% - Jun 2022

Main Rates Around The World

Explore By Region

G20RateNext MeetingLast Change
Australia
1.85%
Sep 06, 2022
1.35% - Jul 2022
Brazil
13.75%
Sep 21, 2022
13.25% - Jun 2022
China
3.7%
3.7% - Aug 2022
Euro Area
0.5%
Sep 08, 2022
0% - Jun 2022
United States
2.5%
Sep 21, 2022
1.75% - Jun 2022
AsiaRateNext MeetingLast Change
China
3.7%
3.7% - Aug 2022
India
5.4%
4.9% - Jul 2022
Indonesia
3.5%
Aug 23, 2022
3.5% - Jun 2022
Japan
-0.1%
Sep 22, 2022
-0.1% - Jun 2022
South Korea
2.25%
Aug 25, 2022
1.75% - May 2022
EuropeRateNext MeetingLast Change
Euro Area
0.5%
Sep 08, 2022
0% - Jun 2022
Russian Federation
8%
Sep 16, 2022
9.5% - Jun 2022
Sweden
0.75%
Sep 20, 2022
0.25% - May 2022
Switzerland
-0.25%
-0.75% - May 2022
United Kingdom
1.75%
Sep 15, 2022
1.25% - Jul 2022
North AmericaRateNext MeetingLast Change
Canada
2.5%
Sep 07, 2022
1.5% - Jun 2022
Mexico
7.75%
Aug 11, 2022
7% - May 2022
United States
2.5%
Sep 21, 2022
1.75% - Jun 2022
PacificRateNext MeetingLast Change
Australia
1.85%
Sep 06, 2022
1.35% - Jul 2022
Fiji
0.25%
0.25% - May 2022
New Caledonia
0.25%
0.25% - Apr 2022
New Zealand
2.5%
2% - May 2022
Papua New Guinea
3%
3% - May 2022
Middle EastRateNext MeetingLast Change
Iran
18%
18% - Apr 2022
Iraq
4%
4% - Apr 2022
Israel
1.25%
Aug 22, 2022
0.75% - May 2022
Saudi Arabia
3%
Sep 21, 2022
2.25% - Jun 2022
United Arab Emirates
3.75%
Sep 21, 2022
3% - Jun 2022
South AmericaRateNext MeetingLast Change
Argentina
52%
52% - Jun 2022
Brazil
13.75%
Sep 21, 2022
13.25% - Jun 2022
Chile
9.75%
Sep 06, 2022
9% - Jun 2022
Colombia
9%
Sep 30, 2022
7.5% - Jun 2022
Peru
6%
Aug 11, 2022
5.5% - Jun 2022
AfricaRateNext MeetingLast Change
Algeria
3%
3% - Apr 2022
Angola
20%
20% - Jun 2022
Egypt
11.25%
Aug 18, 2022
11.25% - May 2022
Nigeria
14%
Sep 27, 2022
13% - Jun 2022
South Africa
5.5%
Sep 22, 2022
4.75% - Jun 2022
Central AmericaRateNext MeetingLast Change
Costa Rica
7.5%
Sep 14, 2022
5.5% - Jun 2022
El Salvador
4.39%
4.5% - Mar 2022
Guatemala
2.25%
Aug 31, 2022
2% - May 2022
Honduras
3%
Sep 26, 2022
3% - Jul 2022
CaribbeanRateNext MeetingLast Change
Bahamas
4%
4% - Apr 2022
Cuba
2.25%
2.25% - Apr 2022
Dominican Republic
7.75%
7.25% - Jun 2022
Jamaica
5.5%
Sep 29, 2022
5% - May 2022
Trinidad and Tobago
3.5%
Sep 30, 2022
3.5% - Apr 2022

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