Daily Average Market Rate

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Definition

Daily Average Market Rate. A measure of the overall price level of a given rate, calculated as the sum of all values of the rates for a particular reference rate, foreign exchange rate, lending rate, or other market rate divided by the total number of rates collected over the course of a twenty-four (24) hour period for a specific date


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