Federal Funds Rate - 62 Year Historical Chart

Shows the daily level of the federal funds rate back to 1954. The fed funds rate is the interest rate at which depository institutions (banks and credit unions) lend reserve balances to other depository institutions overnight, on an uncollateralized basis. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meets eight times a year to determine the federal funds target rate. The current federal funds rate as of April 23, 2018 is 1.70%.

Historical Data

Date Value
Apr 23 20181.70
Apr 22 20181.70
Apr 21 20181.70
Apr 20 20181.70
Apr 19 20181.69
Apr 18 20181.69
Apr 17 20181.69
Apr 16 20181.69
Apr 15 20181.69
Apr 14 20181.69
Apr 13 20181.69
Apr 12 20181.69
Apr 11 20181.69
Apr 10 20181.69
Apr 09 20181.69
Apr 08 20181.69
Apr 07 20181.69
Apr 06 20181.69
Apr 05 20181.69
Apr 04 20181.69
Apr 03 20181.69
Apr 02 20181.68
Apr 01 20181.67
Mar 31 20181.67
Mar 30 20181.67
Mar 29 20181.68
Mar 28 20181.68
Mar 27 20181.68
Mar 26 20181.68