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Federal Funds Rate (Fed Funds Rate)

The interest rate that banks with excess reserves charge banks that require overnight loans to meet reserve requirements at a Federal Reserve district bank. Since it is determined daily by the market, as opposed to the prime rate and discount rate, which are periodically adjusted by banks and the Federal Reserve Board, it is the most sensitive indication of the direction of interest rates.

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