Oceania
0.75% to 3.8%
Africa
3.045% to 13%
Western Europe
0.01% to 5.35%
Eastern Europe
0.01% to 24%
South America
0.65% to 29.5%
North America
0.03% to 3.75%
South Asia
3% to 8.25%
East Asia
0.01% to 15.1%
West Asia
0.6875% to 14%
South East Asia
0.1% to 10%
Middle East
0.03% to 20%

Worldwide Deposit Rates By Country

CountryInflationGDPPopulationInterest RateChangeCurrencyLast Updated
Argentina22% ^^15,85442,669,50029.50% - ARSJan 2016
Belarus19.0%15,7539,475,10024.00% - BYRJan 2016
Ukraine9%6,665*42,977,36723.00%UAHFeb 2016
Iran22.5%12,258***77,895,30020.00% - IRRJan 2016
Uzbekistan$3,76230,492,80020.00% - UZSJan 2016
Mongolia9.5%4,7442,982,86115.10% - MNTFeb 2016
Georgia-0.5%6,1454,490,50014.00% - GELJan 2016
Uganda13.7%1,30536,600,00013.00% - UGXJan 2016
Azerbaijan2.4%9,552,50012.20%-11.50% - AZNFeb 2016
Armenia6.2%5,3923,009,80011.00% - AMDJan 2016

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.