Swiss Bank Interest Rates?


Swiss bank interest rates have historically been fairly flat, with the average interest rate from 2000 through 2012 hovering around 1.3 percent. The upper high was 3.5 percent in 2000 and the record low during this time was 0.0 in 2011. Interest rate decisions are made by the Swiss National Bank and is based upon the three month Swiss franc Libor. It regulates every three months through financing and liquidity absorption. These transactions are short term.
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