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United States Interest Rate

Last Release
Sep 21, 2022
Actual
3.25
Units In
%
Previous
2.5
Frequency
Daily
Next Release
Nov 02, 2022
Time to Release
30 Days 23 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
20
Mar 1980
0.25
Dec 2008
5.43 %1971-2022Federal Reserve
In the United States, the authority to set interest rates is divided between the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve (Board) and the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). The Board decides on changes in discount rates after recommendations submitted by one or more of the regional Federal Reserve Banks. The FOMC decides on open market operations, including the desired levels of central bank money or the desired federal funds market rate.

Latest Updates

Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester gave a hawkish speech Monday saying that inflation is "unacceptably high" and that "when there is uncertainty, it can be better for policymakers to act more aggressively because aggressive and preemptive action can prevent the worst case outcomes." She added that she would be "very cautious" when assessing inflation, saying she would need to see several months of MoM declines in the inflation rate to be convinced of it peaking. The Fed last week increased its policy rate by 75bps and raised its peak target rate to 4.6%.

United States Interest Rate History

Last 12 readings

United States Money Indicators

All United States indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Banks Balance Sheet
22,853.9
Sep 2022
22,879.9
Aug 2022
697.6
Jan 1973
23,015.9
Apr 2022
USD BillionWeekly1973-2022
Central Bank Balance Sheet
8,832,759
Sep 2022
8,822,401
Sep 2022
712,809
Jan 2003
8,965,487
Apr 2022
USD MillionWeekly2002-2022
Foreign Bond Investment
23,100
Jul 2022
58,900
Jun 2022
-310,793
Mar 2020
118,873
Mar 2021
USD MillionMonthly1978-2022
Foreign Exchange Reserves
35,099
Aug 2022
35,947
Jul 2022
2
Jan 1975
149,830
Jun 2012
USD MillionMonthly1957-2022
Interbank Rate
3.67
Sep 2022
3.67
Sep 2022
0.11
Sep 2021
10.63
Mar 1989
%Daily1986-2022
Interest Rate
3.25
Sep 2022
2.5
Aug 2022
0.25
Dec 2008
20
Mar 1980
%Daily1971-2022
Loans To Private Sector
2,733.33
Aug 2022
2,704
Jul 2022
13.65
Jan 1950
3,030.13
May 2020
USD BillionMonthly1950-2022
Money Supply M0
5,582,300
Aug 2022
5,536,900
Jul 2022
48,400
Feb 1961
6,413,300
Dec 2021
USD MillionMonthly1959-2022
Money Supply M1
20,452.9
Aug 2022
20,514.7
Jul 2022
138.9
Jan 1959
20,716.1
Jan 2022
USD BillionMonthly1959-2022
Money Supply M2
21,711.4
Aug 2022
21,709.2
Jul 2022
286.6
Jan 1959
21,840.1
Jan 2022
USD BillionMonthly1959-2022
Private Debt to GDP
224.7
Dec 2021
235.4
Dec 2020
162.9
Dec 1995
235.4
Dec 2020
%Yearly1995-2021
Repo Rate
3.05
Sep 2022
2.98
Sep 2022
-0.01
Dec 2009
6.94
Sep 2019
Daily1995-2022

Interest Rate across North America

Interest Rate global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Canada
3.25
Sep 2022
2.5
Aug 2022
0.25
Apr 2009
16
Feb 1991
% Daily1990-2022
Mexico
9.25
Sep 2022
8.5
Aug 2022
3
Jun 2014
9.25
Oct 2005
% Daily2005-2022
United States
3.25
Sep 2022
2.5
Aug 2022
0.25
Dec 2008
20
Mar 1980
% Daily1971-2022

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