Costa Rica: Passive Base Rate Remains at 6.7%

For the fourth consecutive week the benchmark for interest rates on investments and loans remains unchanged until May 7.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Central Bank of Costa Rica reported that the passive base rate, an indicator of the average savings rates given by financial institutions on terms of 150 to 210 days will remain at 6.70% at least until May 7.

The rate has been stable at this level now for four weeks.



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Costa Rica: Base Rate Remains Stable at 7.15%

October 2014

For the fifth consecutive week the base rate will remain at 7.15% at least until Wednesday 8 October.

The base interest rate set by the Central Bank of Costa Rica remains unchanged for the fifth consecutive week and will remain at the this level until October 8. The indicator is an average of the rates given for deposits by financial institutions for maturities of between 150 and 210 days.

Costa Rica: Base Rate Remains at 7.15%

September 2014

For the fourth consecutive week the main benchmark for loans and investments remains at 7.15%.

The base interest rate, an indicator calculated by the Central Bank which reflects the average rates given by financial institutions for deposits for periods of 150-210 days will stay at the level of 7.15% for one more week.

Passive Base Rate Stays at 7.15%

September 2014

For the second consecutive week the benchmark interest rate for loans and investments in the country will remain at 7.15% until at least Wednesday 17 September.

The base interest rate indicator calculated by the Central Bank which reflects the average rates given by financial institutions for deposits for periods of 150-210 days will stay at the level of 7.15% for one more week.

Costa Rica: Passive Base Rate Stays at 6.95%

July 2014

For the fourth consecutive week the benchmark rate for loans and investments in the country will be located at least 6.95% until July 9.

The passive base rate, an indicator of the average uptake rates given by financial institutions for maturities of between 150 and 210 days, will remain at 6.95% until July 9, according to the Central Bank of Costa Rica.

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