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World Interest Rates Table

Central bank interest rates affect the currency markets and economic performance of a region, which are key factors that can cause exchange rate fluctuations.

Bank
Rate
Bank of England (GBP)
0.50%
Federal Reserve (USD)
1.25%
Swiss National Bank (CHF)
-0.75%
Bank of Canada (CAD)
1.00%
Bank
Rate
European Central Bank (EUR)
0.00%
Bank of Japan (JPY)
-0.10%
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (NZD)
1.75%
Reserve Bank of Australia (AUD)
1.50%

Key dates in January 2018

Key data releases from institutions reflect the economic stability of a region; affecting market confidence and the value of that region’s currency, causing rate fluctuations.

Region
Event
Date
US
Unemployment Rate
05/01/2018
EU
Business Confidence
08/01/2018
EU
Unemployment Rate
09/01/2018
UK
Balance of Trade
10/01/2018
US
Inflation Rate
12/01/2018
UK
Inflation Rate
16/01/2018
EU
ZEW Economic Sentiment Index
23/01/2018
UKUnemployment Rate
24/01/2018 
EU
ECB Interest Rate Decision25/01/2018
UK
GDP Growth Rate
26/01/2018
US
GDP Growth Rate
26/01/2018
EU
GDP Growth Rate
30/01/2018
US
Interest Rate Decision
31/01/2018

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