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IMF Survey Vol.29, No.19 October 2000
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Selected IMF rates

Author(s):
International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
Published Date:
January 2000
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Week

beginning
SDR interest

rate
Rate of

remuneration
Rate of

charge
September 114.644.645.38
September 184.654.655.39
September 254.674.675.41
October 24.744.745.49

The SDR interest rate and the rate of remuneration are equal to a weighted average of interest rates on specified short-term domestic obligations in the money markets of the five countries whose currencies constitute the SDR valuation basket (as of May 1, 1999, the U.S. dollar was weighted 41.3 percent; euro (Germany), 19 percent; euro (France), 10.3 percent; Japanese yen, 17 percent; and U.K. pound, 12.4 percent). The rate of remuneration is the rate of return on members’ remunerated reserve tranche positions. The rate of charge, a proportion (115.9 percent) of the SDR interest rate, is the cost of using the IMF’s financial resources. All three rates are computed each Friday for the following week. The basic rates of remuneration and charge are further adjusted to reflect burden-sharing arrangements. For the latest rates, call (202) 623-7171 or check the IMF website (www.imf.org/cgi-shl/sdr.pl).

Data: IMF Treasurer’s Department

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