Central banks' interest rates around the world
By Mark Fahey
The Federal Reserve's main interest rate target is still among the world's lowest, even after the central bank's first hike since 2006.
Of 56 central banks in 75 countries, only Israel, Japan, Sweden and Switzerland were lower, and three of those are now at negative interest rates. Inflation-prone countries like Belarus, Ghana and Ukraine were at the top with interest rates above 20 percent.
Like the Fed, many central banks manage multiple interest rates, but the data below only include the main policy rates as defined by FactSet. Some other rates, like Europe's deposit rate, have dropped lower than the main rates and into negative territory, but they don't show up here. Explore the data below: