Fisher Equation Calculator

LAST UPDATE: September 24th, 2020


Definition – What is the fisher equation?

The fisher equation connects the relationship between real interest rates, nominal interest rates, and inflation.

Formula – How to calculate the fisher equation

Nominal Interest Rate = Real Interest Rate + Inflation


Real Interest Rate is 4.25% and inflation rate is 1.75%.

Nominal Interest Rate = 4.25% + 1.75% = 6.00%

Therefore, the nominal interest rate is 6.00%.

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