Deposit Facility Rate
The interest rate on deposits is a charge, paid by commercial banks for placing short-term or overnight deposits in a Central Bank. By changing the rate, the Central Bank is able to shift monetary policy towards easing or tightening, depending on current goals. Therefore, macroeconomic indicators, as GDP, employment rate, inflation and many others, are affected by the changes of Central Bank policy.
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