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Average risk free investment rate for selected countries in Europe 2019

Average risk free rate (RF) of investment for selected countries in Europe as of 2019

by James Cherowbrier, last edited May 3, 2019
Average risk free investment rate for selected countries in Europe 2019 This statistic illustrates the average risk free rate (RF) used in select European countries as of 2019. The risk free rate is a theoretical rate of return of an investment with zero risk. This rate represents the minimum interest an investor would expect from a risk free investment over a period of time. It is important to remember that the risk free rate is only theoretical as all investments carry even the smallest of risks. A higher risk free rate illustrates that even with a so-called "zero risk" investment, investors would want a higher return because of the countries associated investment risks. As of 2019, Turkey had the highest risk free rate of the countries displayed with 10.3 percent. Russia, Greece and Hungary during the same period displayed a higher market risk premium.
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by James Cherowbrier, last edited May 3, 2019
This statistic illustrates the average risk free rate (RF) used in select European countries as of 2019. The risk free rate is a theoretical rate of return of an investment with zero risk. This rate represents the minimum interest an investor would expect from a risk free investment over a period of time. It is important to remember that the risk free rate is only theoretical as all investments carry even the smallest of risks. A higher risk free rate illustrates that even with a so-called "zero risk" investment, investors would want a higher return because of the countries associated investment risks. As of 2019, Turkey had the highest risk free rate of the countries displayed with 10.3 percent. Russia, Greece and Hungary during the same period displayed a higher market risk premium.
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