United Arab Emirates Interest Rate

Last Release
Aug 2019
Actual
2.5 %
Forecast
N/A
Previous
2.5 %
Frequency
Daily
Units In
%
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
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Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
4.75 %
Nov 2007
1 %
Oct 2016
1.45 % 2007 - 2019Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates
In the United Arab Emirates the interest rates decisions are taken by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates. The official interest rate since November 2007 is overnight repurchase rate.

United Arab Emirates Interest Rate History

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United Arab Emirates money Indicators

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Banks Balance Sheet
2,786
May 2019
2,797.9
Apr 2019
1,456.2
Dec 2008
2,797.9
Apr 2019
AED BillionMonthly2008 - 2019
Central Bank Balance Sheet
432.62
Mar 2019
414.38
Feb 2019
48.74
Mar 2002
432.62
Mar 2019
AED BillionMonthly2000 - 2019
Deposit Interest Rate
3.6
Dec 2001
6.2
Dec 2000
3.6
Dec 2001
10.42
Dec 1981
%Yearly1980 - 2001
Foreign Exchange Reserves
377.06
Mar 2019
359.03
Feb 2019
138.63
Jan 2012
377.06
Mar 2019
AED BillionMonthly2012 - 2019
Interbank Rate
2.44
Aug 2019
2.45
Aug 2019
0.68
Dec 2014
6.96
Jun 2000
%Daily2000 - 2019
Interest Rate
2.5
Aug 2019
2.5
Jul 2019
1
Oct 2016
4.75
Nov 2007
%Daily2007 - 2019

Interest Rate across Middle East

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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Bahrain
2.5
Aug 2019
2.5
Jul 2019
0.5
Oct 2015
5
Oct 2007
%Daily2006 - 2019
Iran
18
Aug 2019
18
Jul 2019
10
Dec 1983
22
Jun 2014
%Monthly1973 - 2019
Iraq
4
Jul 2019
4
Jun 2019
4
Dec 2018
20
Jan 2008
%Daily2004 - 2019
Israel
0.25
Jul 2019
0.25
Jun 2019
0.1
Oct 2018
17
Jun 1996
%Daily1996 - 2019
Jordan
4.5
Aug 2019
4.75
Jul 2019
2.5
Nov 2016
9
Apr 1999
%Daily1965 - 2019
Kuwait
3
Aug 2019
3
Jul 2019
2
Nov 2015
7.25
Oct 2000
%Daily1999 - 2019
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