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When money is loaned out, the customer pays the loan back with a fee. The fee is predetermined at a specific rate. This is called an interest rate.

Calculating Interest: Principal, Rate and Time are Known--I= p r t
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The level of interest rates in a free market economy are primarily
determined by the rate of inflation, the demand for money, and the
actions of the Federal Reserve. Lenders…

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Please provide a specific country or region for which you have interest in the current interest rates as the answer differs accordingly.

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You are charged an annual intrest rate for example 18%. Intrest is calculated by the day. For example if you want to know how much a company is charging you per day for a balance all that you need to do is take the intrest rate that is being charged divide that by 365 ( days in a year) an…

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One word: PROFIT.That's the short answer. The long answer is the function of interest rates are tied to risk. A bank, lender, loan shark, etc... set their interest rates based on the perceived risk inherent with the loan. That is why personal loans and credit cards carry a higher interest rate than …

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In interest rate swaps, each party agrees to pay either a fixed or a floating rate in a particular currency to the other party. The fixed or floating rate is multiplied with the Notional Principal Amount (NPA). This notional amount is not exchanged between the parties involved in the swap. This NPA …

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since the prices continues 2 increase. The poorer become more poor and rich people bcum more rich.Hence it affects the banks n the intrest rate goes high.

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The interest rate is the cost of borrowing money, expressed as a
percentage, usually over a period of one year.

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Interest rates are on opportunity cost of holding cash. Basically, if you have cash in your wallet you aren't earning interest in a bank account.
Interest rates affect the cost of borrowing money (eg. credit cards, mortgages, personal loans) and affect the interest rate on your savings account.
Th…

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The percentage of a sum of money charged for it's used.

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Real interest rates influence the level of household consumption in a country. Consumption of durable goods is interest sensitive, since households will sometimes finance the purchase of "big ticket items" such as automobiles, household appliances, computers, televisions, and other goods through bor…

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To find interest rate you multiply the price by the time by the percent

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An effective interest rate is an actual amount of interest that is paid on a loan or investment vehicle. It differs from the Annual Percentage Rate.It takes into account the concept of compound interest.It is commonly used to calculate the total amount that will accumulate or will need to be repaid …

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In reality, the Fed does not lower interest rates. It lowers the
rate charged to banks to borrow money. This usually results in a
lowering of commercial rates.

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Interest rates are the rate at which interest is paid by a borrower for the use of the money 'lent' from the lender. That underlying interest rates from which the overall rate is determined, is set by the central bank of that country and is a proxy for the overall state of the economy. During high …

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Coupon rate is something that is paid semiannually. The interest
rate is something that starts as soon as a bond is issued.

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FHA mortgage interest rate depends on many factors. There is no set rate. Banks send lenders and mortgage companies a rate sheet daily, which tells them how much they will pay for each rate. You can look at a rate sheet and see where the bank wants the rate to be by how much they will pay the origin…

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Canadian interest rates may be lowered to encourage people to
borrow more money and invest. Low interest rates can foster
business activity if an economy is experiencing less productivity.

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Dear SirI bought a property in South Australia this year.Would like to know will the Australia's interest rate decrease againin this coming 3 years timefor us to plan our cashflow accordinglyThanksMACemail: dfsbipohmc@yahoo.com.uk

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It is one kind of interest rate lower than the market interest rate for a target group. This type of interest rate was used in USA house mortgage loan to capture all the lower income people. This is the one significant cause of present economic crisis.

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An interest rate rise is when a person is late on a bill such as a
credit card or insurance bill and the interest rate the person pays
goes up.

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There is no simple answer, it depends on the level of risk involved.

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When you decide to purchase a new home one of the first items on your list of "to do's" will be to shop for a good mortgage lender who is offering a low interest rate, low points and low fees. When you find one and begin the loan process you want to be sure that the interest rate that lured you to t…

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It can mean many things depending on the context.
With respect to mortgage interest, your effective (net) interest rate will be nominal rate (quoted rate) less tax savings you can achieve when itemizing deductions on your 1040.
net interest rate = nominal rate - (nominal rate * your income margina…

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The true annual rate of charged interest is called the annual
percentage yield. It is the interest charged and compounded
against.

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Yes, the interest rate and rate of return are exactly the same.

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A negative interest rate is when the central bank charges banks a
small percentage for depositing their money there. The hope is that
this will encourage the banks to lend their money rather than
keeping it and being charged.

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There are many different interest rate risks to think about when
dealing with money. You could potentially pay more than you get.

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Having low interest rates as we have means the money supply in the economy is increased (as people have more available income) thereby allowing people to spend more which thus should have the impact of increasing demand. This in turn may mean the production of goods and services are also increased a…

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The interest rate in 1975 was between 7.0 per cent and 10.0 per
cent. The highest interest rate was from January and February of
that year.

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An effective annual interest rate considers compounding. When the
principle is compounded multiple times each year the interest rate
increased to be more than the stated interest rate. The increased
interest rate is the effective annual interest rate.

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The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the total amount of interest you would pay (or receive) in a year.
Using the standardised terminology 'APR' makes it easier to compare competing rates offered by different companies/banks etc.
Interest itself could be calculated/computed monthly. If you had savi…

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Lower Borrowing Costs * When the Federal Reserve lowers the federal funds rate, real interest rates tend to decrease as well. Lower real interest rates encourage borrowing from both businesses] and households. The ability to borrow money at more attractive rates stimulates investment in durable co…

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Motorhome interest rate is the yearly price charged by motorhome financing company in order for the borrower to obtain a loans. In general term it is expressed as a % of the total amount loaned.

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As of July 2014, the national average interest rate is 5.159.
However, this will change as months go by. The interest rate
changes often.

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effective interest rate
the true rate of return considering all relevant
financing expenses
.
Example: Abel borrows $10,000 on a one-year bank loan. He pays 2
discount points
and a 7%
face interest rate
. He repays the loan at the end of the year, with interest. Since he
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The start up cost for parnerships is dependent upon how many people you are in a partnership with and the type of business you are involving yourself Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Partnership_start_up_cost#ixzz1luE1NmcV

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when money supply is increased, interest rates decrease

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an individual borrowed 5,000 forf 80 days and paid 100 in interest what was the rate of the loan use ordinary interest

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Interest rates are generally applied to cover the collateral risk of defaulting loans. A borrower is compensating the lender for the length of time that money is held - money that the lender could have invested elsewhere.An analogy is that I borrow you a pen. Then when I ask you to return it, I requ…

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Current rates, as of November 11, 2009 on the HECM (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage) are as follows:
Fixed Rate: 5.56% plus 0.50 for monthly mortgage insurance.
Adjustable rate with a 2.5% margin: 2.742% plus 0.50 for monthly mortgage insurance.
Adjustable rates are based on the LIBOR plus a m…

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What is the interested of the bank of America today

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Interests rates can be any where from 0-10% depending the age of the vehicle and factory incentives available at the time.

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derivation of this formula r=(1+i/m)m-1

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This question needs more detail what about credit card intrest rates

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Interst rates remove some of the profits that are made in businsses that make loans to opperate. Interest rates also make less money available to people that are paying of houses resulting in their not purchacing as much from businesses. this also flows on to renters of homes. the higher the rates t…

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Slightly less than the rate of interest of the U.S. during the same period and very similar to rates of interest of Pakistan in all concurrent years after 1996 with the exception of 2004 with no more than 4% standard deviation from the base line.

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In macroeconomic equations that depend on the interest rate, a lower case, cursive "i" is usually used, although I've seen "r" as well. The exact notation will depend on the particular context in which you're looking to use it, though.

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Public Provident fundThe Public Provident Fund Scheme is a statutory scheme of the Central Government of India.The Scheme is for 15 years.The rate of interest is 8% compounded annually.The minimum deposit is 500/- and maximum is Rs. 70,000/- in a financial year.To know more you can checkhttp://tips…

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economic policy
apex :)

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The answer for rate in simple interest is =rate= simple interest\principle*time

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First you need a bank account and money you put the money in the bank account, wait for a year or two and then you get more money in your bank account

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The mortgage rate in 1965 was about 6%.

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In the forum, it says ".0003 every hour. So if you had exactly 100,000$, you'd get 30$ every real hour".This means the percent of interest every hour is .03%.So, to get your amount of interest (every real hour), multiply the amount of money in your bank by .0003.

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When we talk of interest rates , we are talking of the interest rate on the total amount of money borrowed by a person.

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Not quite.It's a figure used to express an, usually monthly, interest rate as an annual figure.APR stands for Annual Percentage Rate (of interest). It tells you exactly what interest rate will be used to add to your savings each year, despite other figures which may be quoted in adverts, whether in …

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Rate= Interest/Principle x Time.For Example....Camilla borrowed $2000,(That's the principle),the interest is $4,000 her year was 3, and it was 4% each year,(.04)Explanation....$2000 x 3 = $6000...$4000 divided by $6000 = .7 (If you round it).The rate= .7

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Monetary aggregate is a goal of money supply. Interest rate is a goal of a constant rate. To hold a specific money supply the interest rate would fluctuate. To hold a specific interest rate the money supply would fluctuate. So they can not work together.
Check this out and read 11.2 through 11.4
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home loan Interest Rate is ------ 10.25% Floating Rate of SBI 11.00% Flat Rate of HDFC 10.50% Floating Rate of HDFC

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22. The spot Yen/US$ exchange rate is Yen119.795/US$ and the one year forward rate is Yen114.571/US$. If the annual interest rate on dollar CDs is 6%, what would you expect the annual interest rate to be on Yen CDs?

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could an increase in interest rates in the rest of the world will lead to a stronger U.S. dollar.

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Monetary aggregate is a goal of money supply. Interest rate is a goal of a constant rate. To hold a specific money supply the interest rate would fluctuate. To hold a specific interest rate the money supply would fluctuate. So they can not work together.
Check this out and read 11.2 through 11.4
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In the long run the real interest rate is determined by?

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The contractual interest rate is the rate at which the borrower pays and the investor receives are determined.

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High interest rates increase the cost of taking out a loan, making credit purchases more expensive.

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Interest rate is the amount that is paid over and above the
original loan amount. Discount rate is the amount of money that is
cut or reduced from the original price.

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It really depends on the type of mortgage and the borrowers qualifications for the current interest rate. Right now rates are as low as 4.75% for a 30 year fix depending on various factors such as credit, loan to value, etc. It would be best to contact a mortgage specialist to help.

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The interest parity equilibrium holds when we make a loss.

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Interest rates are based solely on the severity of your credit. Good credit = low interest rate. Bad credit = higher interest rate.

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Nominal interest, is the amount of interest on a loan or investment
that does not take into account inflation; it's the amount of
interest listed on the loan or bond.

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it will increase the price of bonds

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Depends on several factors:
If the car is new or used, what bank you apply at, how expensive the car is or the loan you are taking out, and state regulations.

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Interest Rate is the cost of borrowing money. When a bank or other lending institution lends money to you, they charge what is called an interest rate. This interest rate is typically set by governing bank of the country - for example, in Canada it is the Bank of Canada, in the USA it is the Federal…

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forward/discount rate premium

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Lending rate is the rate banks charge you to borrow money ...varies by
type of collateral and risk of default. Mortgage loans with a house as collateral have lower rates than car loans which have lower rates than credit cards which have no
collateral.Business loan rates are based on the creditworthi…

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Commercial banks receive deposits from the public

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They are basically the same. A swap is like a sequential series of ED futures.There is a minor difference in that the ED futures have no convexity, while the swap does. In most cases, to the end user, this is relatively inconsequential.

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the cost of borrowing money

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about 9.7 years

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interest rate can be seen as the price of a currency, if it goes up, then the value of investment would rise as well, thus making this currency more desirable comparing to others, leading to an appreciation.in terms of inflation, interest rate is also the price at which investor pay for their loans,…

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Fist and fore most is NEED. Then the inflation. Third availability of money in the market i If the returns are less on the already made investments the availability of money will be less in the market. There by increase in the interest rates.
Also changes in the economic condition will affect the i…

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if i could rearange the alphabet i would put u and i together

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