Base Rate
Updated 04/29/2024

A base rate refers to the interest rate a central bank – like the Federal Reserve – will charge commercial banks during a transfer of funds. While most banks are free to set their own interest rates for lending money, the overall rates charged on mortgages and other loans are influenced by the base rate of a Central Bank. This allows central banks like the Federal Reserve to encourage or discourage spending depending on the state of the US economy.

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