Discount Rates


All articles in this category pertain to discount rates. A discount rate is the interest percentage an entity anticipates receiving throughout an investment, used to calculate the present value of a future cash flow. Discount rate can also mean the interest rate the Federal Reserve charges for loans to banks and other financial institutions.

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