Table reflects the current interest rates of the main countries around the world, set by their respective Central Banks. Rates typically reflect the health of inGrididual economies, in a perfect scenario, interest rates stay stable. Central Banks tend to rise rates when inflation begins to go up significantly.As a consequence, when interest rates go up, normally stock-market comes down and the currency of the countries goes up and if interest rates go down it'll be the reverse scenario.
|Central Banks||Interest Rate Change||Current Interest Rate||Last Change|
|FEDERAL RESERVE||0.25%||5.50%||Jul 27, 2023|
|EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK||0.25%||4.50%||Sep 15, 2023|
|RESERVE BANK OF AUSTRALIA||0.25%||4.10%||Jun 06, 2023|
|RESERVE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND||0.25%||5.50%||May 24, 2023|
|BANK OF ENGLAND||0.25%||5.25%||Aug 03, 2023|
|BANK OF JAPAN||0.00%||-0.1%||Jan 30, 2023|
|BANK OF CANADA||0.25%||5.00%||Jul 14, 2023|
|SWISS NATIONAL BANK||0.25%||1.75%||Jun 22, 2023|
|BANK OF KOREA||0.00%||3.50%||Mar 17, 2023|
|PEOPLE'S BANK OF CHINA||0.10%||3.55%||Jun 22, 2023|
|SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK||0.50%||8.25%||Jun 06, 2023|
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