Key rate

Key rate is a term used for the interest rate that banks pay if they need to borrow from other banks or the Federal Reserve Bank. In the United States, there are two key rates. The discount rate is used for funds borrowed from the Federal Reserve Bank. The federal funds rate is for bank-to-bank lending. 

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