Central Banks interest rates Current and historical interest rates of the major central banks worldwide

On this page you will find an overview of the current interest rates of a large number of central banks. You find the latest rates for each central bank and the most recent interest rate change. Clicking on the name of a bank will take you to a page with extensive additional information, including a complete overview of current and historical interest rates.

latest interest rates
Country/Region
Current
Direction
Previous
Change
American Central Bank
United States
5.50 %
5.25 %
07-26-2023
Australian Central Bank
Australia
4.35 %
4.10 %
11-08-2023
Brazilian Central Bank
Brazil
10.50 %
10.75 %
05-08-2024
British Central Bank
United Kingdom
5.25 %
5.00 %
08-03-2023
Canadian Central Bank
Canada
4.75 %
5.00 %
06-05-2024
Chilean Central Bank
Chile
5.75 %
6.00 %
06-19-2024
Chinese Central Bank
China
3.35 %
3.45 %
07-22-2024
Czech Central Bank
Czech Republic
4.75 %
5.25 %
06-27-2024
Danish Central Bank
Denmark
3.50 %
3.75 %
06-06-2024
European Central Bank
Europe
4.25 %
4.50 %
06-06-2024
Hungarian Central Bank
Hungary
6.75 %
7.00 %
07-23-2024
Indian Central Bank
India
6.50 %
6.25 %
02-08-2023
Israeli Central Bank
Israel
4.50 %
4.75 %
01-01-2024
Japanese Central Bank
Japan
0.10 %
-0.10 %
03-19-2024
Mexican Central Bank
Mexico
11.00 %
11.25 %
03-21-2024
New Zealand Central Bank
New Zealand
5.50 %
5.25 %
05-24-2023
Norwegian Central Bank
Norway
4.50 %
4.25 %
12-14-2023
Polish Central Bank
Poland
5.75 %
6.00 %
10-04-2023
Russian Central Bank
Russia
16.00 %
15.00 %
12-15-2023
Saudi Arabian Central Bank
Saudi Arabia
6.00 %
5.75 %
07-26-2023
South African Central Bank
South Africa
8.25 %
7.75 %
05-25-2023
South Korean Central Bank
South Korea
3.50 %
3.25 %
01-13-2023
Swedish Central Bank
Sweden
3.75 %
4.00 %
05-08-2024
Swiss Central Bank
Switzerland
1.25 %
1.50 %
06-20-2024
Turkish Central Bank
Türkiye
50.00 %
45.00 %
03-21-2024

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What is a Central Bank?

A central bank is a public institution that is responsible for managing the currency of a country or group of countries, controlling the money supply and implementing monetary policy. An important instrument that central banks use for their monetary policy is the base rate (policy rate). Most of the time the base rate is the rate at which banks can borrow money from the central bank. On this page, we publish the base rates from the most important central banks in the world.