Brazil - Lending Rate

Brazil: Lending Rate

Unit Percent,NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Data 24 Jan 2022 9.25
23 Jan 2022 9.25

Series Information

Source Central Bank of Brazil
Release Monetary Policy
Frequency Business Daily
Start Date 7/1/1996
End Date 1/24/2022

Brazil: Markets

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Average Long-term Government Bond Jan 2022 6.08 5.32 % per annum, NSA Monthly
Stock Market Index 27 Jan 2022 112,611 111,289 Index, NSA Daily
Lending Rate 24 Jan 2022 9.25 9.25 Percent,NSA Daily
Money Market Rate Nov 2021 7.65 6.3 % p.a., NSA Monthly
Treasury Bills (over 31 days) Nov 2021 11.82 11.36 % p.a., NSA Monthly
Monetary Policy Rate Jun 2017 10.25 11.25 % - End of period Monthly

Release Information

The Over/SELIC rate is a daily interest rate indicator. It is the adjusted average rate of daily financing guaranteed by federal government securities calculated in the Special Settlement and Custody System (SELIC) and published by the Central Bank of Brazil.

Scope of the data

The data cover short-, medium- and long-term federal government securities issued by the Treasury or central bank, traded and registered in the SELIC.
Source data collection programs

The origin of the Over/SELIC rate is the Special Settlement and Custody System, SELIC, for which the Central Bank of Brazil and the National Associations of Open Market Institutions (ANDIMA) are responsible.

The rates are final and not subject to revision.