short-term interest rates

short-term interest rates
Interest rates on loan contracts-or debt instruments such as Treasury bills, bank certificates of deposit or commercial paper-having maturities of less than one year. Often called money market rates. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
Interest rates on loan contracts—or debt instruments such as Treasury bills, bank certificates of deposit, or commercial paper—having maturities of less than one year. Often called money market rates. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary

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