The Impact of Interest Rate Marketization on Commercial Banks

Yulin He


Interest rate marketization means that the interest rate level of financial institutions operating and financing in the money market is determined by market supply and demand. It includes interest rate determination, interest rate transmission, interest rate structure and marketization of interest rate management. At present, there are still many deficiencies and defects in the traditional interest rate management system. The reform of interest rate marketization is the focus of China’s financial system reform. Therefore, we should not only be brave in innovation, but also carefully study and analyze. In the analysis process, this paper focuses on the impact of interest rate marketization on commercial banks, and puts forward some countermeasures.


Interest Rate Marketization; Commercial Banks; Countermeasures

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/ff.v9i4.1450


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