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What is a base rate?
Published: 04/20/2018

What is a base rate?

 

The base rate is the interest rate that the central bank of a country sets for retail banks. This trickles down and affects the prices of bonds, shares and exchange rates. In the UK, the Monetary Policy Committee decide the level of interest rate set.

 
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