federal funds effective rate
USA
federal funds effective rate, Also known as federal funds rate.
A floating interest rate reference rate used by a lender under a loan agreement. In general terms, it is the rate per annum equal to the rate charged on federal funds transactions among members of the Federal Reserve System arranged by federal funds brokers.
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