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Get Effective Federal Funds Rate data. A bank rate is the interest rate a nation's central bank charges to its domestic banks to borrow money. The rates central banks charge are set to stabilize the economy. In the United States, the Federal Reserve System's Board of Governors set the bank rate, also known as the discount rate.


fed [-p {monthly,daily,weekly,daily_excl_weekend,annual,biweekly,volume}] [-s START_DATE] [-e END_DATE] [-o] [-q] [-t]


parameter-p --parameterSpecific Effective Federal Funds Rate data to retrievemonthlyTruemonthly, daily, weekly, daily_excl_weekend, annual, biweekly, volume
start_date-s --startStarting date (YYYY-MM-DD) of data1900-01-01TrueNone
end_date-e --endEnding date (YYYY-MM-DD) of dataNoneTrueNone
overnight-o --overnightGets the Overnight Bank Funding RateFalseTrueNone
quantiles-q --quantilesWhether to show 1, 25, 75 and 99 percentilesFalseTrueNone
target-t --targetWhether to show the target range dataFalseTrueNone

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