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In this paper we study the drivers of global interest rate. Global interest rate is defined as a principal component for the largest developed and developing economies' discount rates (the US, Japan, China, Euro area and India). A structural global factor-augmented error correction model is estimated. A structural change in the global macroeconomic relationships is found over 2008:09-2008:12, but not pre or post this GFC period. Results indicate that around 46% of movement in central bankdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2643967 fatcat:nkojjbh5qvf6dir3hzrtbotuvu