The Determinants Of The Nominal Interest Rate
The Canadian economy experienced an increasing rate of inflation during the last half of the 1960s.The latter part of this period; interest rates reached levels higher than had been experienced for several decades. This study attempts to explain how the levels of interest rates are determined and to estimate the timing of the movements of the Canadian short-term Treasury bill rate.
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