Definición de discount rate en inglés:

discount rate

Silabificación: dis·count rate

sustantivo

Finance
1The minimum interest rate set by the Federal Reserve for lending to other banks.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The discount rate is essentially the interest rate that banks and other depository institutions are charged to borrow from the Federal Reserve.
  • A key vote on a proposed increase in the discount rate occurred at a Federal Reserve Board meeting on December 3.
  • The Dow has rallied in the last two weeks following the last cut in the discount rate by the Federal Reserve.
2A rate used for discounting bills of exchange.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In this economic environment the average discount rate on Treasury bills is 4.95 per cent.
  • Discounting means selling the bill for cash at a discount, which depends on the discount rate and the number of days the bill has to run to maturity.

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