World Deposit Rates

Country Inflation GDP Population Interest Rate Change Currency Last Updated
Argentina 27.6% 15,854 42,669,500 52,57% - ARS Aug 2019
Uzbekistan 11% $3,762 30,492,800 20.00% - UZS Jun 2018
Turkey 7.8% 13,905 76,667,864 17.75% - TRY Sep 2018
Ukraine 49% 6,665* 42,977,367 15.00% - UAH Jun 2018
Iran 15.3% 12,258*** 77,895,300 15.00% - IRR Jun 2018
Mongolia 8.3% 4,744 2,982,861 12.8% - MNT Aug 2019
Pakistan 7.7% 2,683 188,145,000 11.43% - PKR Aug 2019
Kazakhstan 5.8% 14,391 17,353,700 10.50% - KZT Jun 2018
Syria 59.1% 5,041 (2010) 22,920,273 10% - SYP Aug 2019
Azerbaijan 2.4% 9,552,500 10.00% - AZN Aug 2019
Georgia 4.1% 6,145 4,490,500 9.65% - GEL Aug 2019
Rwanda 5.9% 1,354 10,996,891 9.50% - RWF Jun 2018
Nepal 8.3% 1,200 27,646,053 9.25% - NPR Aug 2019
Egypt 13.3% 6,114 87,500,200 9.00% - EGP Jun 2018
Turkmenistan 9% 9,510 5,830,756 9.00% - TMT Jul 2018
Uganda 4.9% 1,305 36,600,000 9.00% - UGX Jul 2018
Myanmar 8.9% 1327 51,419,420 9% - MMK Aug 2019
Ghana 8.8% 3,081 27,043,093 8.90% - GHS Jun 2018
South Africa 5% 10,229 54,002,000 8.78% - ZAR May 2018
Vietnam 18.9% 2,942 89,708,900 7.80% - VND Jun 2018

Globally deposit rates are products provided and offered by banks to let consumers save for an agreed period time for a fixed interest rate. Constrasting to central bank rates, deposit rates can influence consumers and their investments in other asset classes, while the central bank rates may effect what rates banks may set. A high or low deposit rate for a country can be indicative of the performance of the economy which could be very high because of high inflation. 

* Note: Using 2009 IMF figures for (GDP) at purchasing power parity (PPP) per capita.

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  • Q: how can I deposit money in Argentina to get this hight interest rate

    Reply Seikaly from South Pasadena, United States
  • Q: hi Is there any chance to open polish currency account? Thanks

    Reply kasia from Southampton, United Kingdom
  • Q: What are the requirements to open an account? I have NOT received an answer to a previous question!!

    Reply Dave from Chattanooga, United States
    • R: Depends on the country to invest in

      Reply ammar
    • R: Depends on the country to invest in

      Reply ammar
  • Q: Hi, Is there a similar site for the interest rates of Building Societies and Co-operatives? Thanks, Michael.

    Reply Michael from Lima, Peru
  • Q: where in the USA can I buy Government of Jamaica Global Bonds

    Reply Patricia from Prosper, United States
  • Q: Looking to get the best rate in USD, where and whats the minimum amount..I would like to open an offshore account. Info please! Thank You!

    Reply Scott from Vancouver, Canada
    • R: You can deposit your funds in Indian bank.

      Reply Saurabh
  • Q: Is there a big possibility that there are some banks in the Philippines that will offer 25% HIGHEST INTEREST RATE for a TIME DEPOSIT? I need your urgent reponse regarding my concern... Thank you!

    Reply Jaysen from Thailand
    • R: are the interest rates insured like in the u. S. A.

      Reply Linwood
  • Q: which financial institution currently giving highest fixed/term deposit rate - in the world, and I can earn maximum earnings - which country ? which institution ? - so that I can open a fixed/term deposit account in U.S or Canadian dollar. Please. thanks.

    Reply Baquie Ghazi from Toronto, Canada
  • Q: Hi! I have an anz account here in new zealand. My partner will be studying here. Our money that will be used for the tuition will be in peso and we want it to deposit it to our anz account. How much will it charge me? Thank you!

    Reply John michael from Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Q: Can an American , living in the US, deposit money in these banks and get these fixed rate of returns? Thank you

    Reply Kip from United States
    • R: I think you can . Bbc sad some thing about it Americas can open a bank account in iran.. you can put some one in the bank and live like a king in iran.

      Reply Mehrashena
  • Q: I m Indian citizen .....can I open FD account in Argentina banks?

    Reply anil from India
    • R: Anil, Did you get any clarity on the same? Regarding opening of account? Please let me know.

      Reply Devesh
    • R: yes you can..just get in touch what is the Argentinian Embassy in India You probably have to end up going to that Embassy

      Reply Mohammad mehrashen
  • Q: I am a citizen of india, can you please mail me the procedures to make deposits in Argentina banks

    Reply arvind from India
    • R: Hello...this is not just for you arvind, but for all. Look at the forex rate chart of ARS first and see its volatility..(specifically USDARS)..And the most important thing is that even if the value of Argentine Peso(ARS) will drop by 0.5 point (for eg. USD/ARS increases from 15.000 to 15.500) you will suffer a loss of around 1.75% of your you can just think of the loss if the rate of USD/ARS increases by around 4-5 point as it did on 17 dec 2015...

      Reply Suraj
  • Q: I'm SA citizen is it legal to pay deposits to get money,if someone send u from Liverpool

    Reply Khomotso from South Africa
  • Q: Hello there! My question, is it possible to open a fixed deposit account under my name in ICBC Argentina as a Green Card holder (a permanent resident is the U.S.). And if that is possible, what are the required documents to accomplish opening the account.

    Reply Adees from Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
  • Q: I live in the Bahamas, I would like to do a deposit in Argentina, what are the procedures?

    Reply Stephen from Nassau, Bahamas
    • R: I think those numbers are for local currency, not US dollars. Thus, due to inflation rates you will barely earn smth in Argentinian banks

      Reply Chai
  • Q: Is it possible to make a term deposit in Argentina while I'm living in Australia? I would like to make use of the 1 monthly deposits at an interest rate of 27.5%. Thanks

    Reply Erika from Australia
    • R: Oh 1more thing.... when you want to take your money from Argentina usually there's limits on how much you can take a month or year... the government laws and banking laws read all about it.. And how much of your money the government will ensure if the bank goes bankrupt.

      Reply Mohammad
  • Q: What is the current prevailing interest rate in Japan for deposits as well as for borrowings?

    Reply Anil Doshi from Chennai, India
  • Q: Can one make a fixed deposit to any country in other to make more money?

    Reply Oladimeji Clement from Nigeria
  • Q: Can I open CD account in Argentina from US and what would I send I could start at 5k.

    Reply Lesley from Stone Mountain, United States
  • Q: I am a citizen of Romania,I want to make a deposit with your bank,how to do that would the interest rate for money in US dollars,per month thank you I waiting your reply Violeta Dumitru

    Reply Violeta Dumitru from Romania
  • Q: Can my family member in Portugal open up a term deposit in Argentina or any other foreign country outside of Europe?

    Reply Paul from Belmont, Australia
  • Q: I want to deposit in argentinaPls mail me the procedure.what interest if I get for Australian dollor

    Reply Jason from Melbourne, Australia
  • Q: I am a Pakistani citizen can i open Deposits account in Argentina Banks ?

    Reply Anis from Pakistan
  • Q: I want to deposit in argentina Pls mail me the procedure

    Reply Ritesh from Mumbai, India
  • Q: I like to invest money on fix deposit please tell me where and when i can put my money with garanti or if you have any idea tell me please

    Reply Abraham from United Kingdom
  • Q: what interest can i get for mexican rate

    Reply Steve from Argentina
  • Q: what is the deposit rate for zambia

    Reply Daniel from Zambia
  • Q: I want to find out if it was possible that I could do a fixed deposit investment in another country or perhaps on another country in another continent

    Reply Akpah from Ghana
  • Q: as a U..S citizen, are we allowed to open accounts in Argentina and deposit funds and earn interest?

    Reply Richard from Desert Hot Springs, United States
  • Q: my wife has a cheque that she wants to deposit into her ubank account. since there is no ubank branch in Sydney. what are her options?

    Reply Don from Bankstown, Australia
  • Q: hi I have 50k need to invest do know what is the best method?

    Reply Mary from Durban, South Africa