World Central Banks
Bank of Japanhttp://www.boj.or.jp
The Bank of Japan must monitor the inflation and deflation of the national currency, issue national currency, and publish the key interest rate. This rate is used by commercial banks when they deposit and loan funds from the Central Bank.
55% of the Bank of Japan is owned by the government. The remaining 45% of shares are traded on the Tokyo stock exchange and owned by private shareholders. Holders of Bank of Japan securities may not control its activities.
-0,10 %All rates
|USA||Federal Funds||0,25 %|
|Switzerland||3 Month LIBOR Range||-0.75 %|
|United Kingdom||Repo Rate||0,10 %|
|EU||Refinancing Tender||0,00 %|
|Japan||Overnight Call Rate||-0,10 %|
|New Zealand||Official Cash Rate||0,25 %|
|Australia||Cash Rate||0,25 %|
|Canada||Overnight Rate Target||0,25 %|