discount rate

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Synonyms for discount rate

the rate of interest set by the Federal Reserve that member banks are charged when they borrow money through the Federal Reserve System

interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan

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Empirically, we will have a direct estimate of each person's underlying discount rate, which we can then use as an explanatory variable in models that track their actual use of several types of screening (not just mammography and PAP smears among women).
The institution's discount rate initially spiked to the mid-50s, but after financial stability was achieved, it has been systematically brought down to the low 40s, while simultaneously balancing other important enrollment goals.
Although the Fed did away with the ill-fated Federal Discount Rate in 2003, at the same time it established three new rate measures called the primary credit rate, the secondary credit rate, and seasonal credit rate.
If the discount rate is derived from public market data, more often than not it is reflective of a minority interest and the value derived would be a minority interest.
In all periods in which termination benefit liabilities are reported, the employer should disclose the significant methods (for example, whether termination benefits are measured at the discounted present value of expected future benefit payments) and assumptions (for example, the discount rate and healthcare cost trend rate, if applicable) used to determine the liabilities.
Concepts involved in the case include demand and supply, reserve markets, discount rate, federal funds rate, discount window, interest rate stability, and monetary policy.
The mean stochastic price for this distribution using a 15% discount rate is about $159,200, an amount slightly higher than the deterministic and probabilistic prices.
A LOW DISCOUNT RATE Another deal with a starting rate below three per cent is available from the Britannia Building Society.
Mueller's interest in our article and taking the time to comment on our discussion of the discount rate for the rent to below-market occupancy.
The Reserve Banks used to charge a below-market discount rate and rely on loan officers to restrict access to loans.
The rate charged for seasonal credit is based on market interest rates and is never less than the discount rate applicable to adjustment credit.
The cost of capital refers to the discount rate or capitalization rate that is used by corporate acquirers in assessing the value of an acquisition target, and in determining the price the acquirer might be willing to pay.
In this context, total offset refers to a complete offset between increases in medical costs and the discount rate.
BARKATULLAH LONE: Discount Rate is the subject of the Monetary Policy exactly the same way as the Exchange Rate is the subject of Financial Policy.
The Board of the National Bank of Tajikistan (NBT) has decided to increase the discount rate by 1% and set it at 6.