# TNA (tasa nominal anual)

## English translation: nominal rate of interest (possibility)

 14:10 Jul 25, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
 Spanish term or phrase: TNA (tasa nominal anual) será annual nominal rate???
 buceo
 English translation:nominal rate of interest (possibility) Explanation:There is such a thing as a nominal rate [of interest], which is the periodic rate multiplied by the number of calculation periods - or, in other words, the annual equivalent of the periodic rate. (see Australian Bankers' Association website, if you're interested). Otherwise, if the document is from Mexico, I'd go with Heathcliff's "bank discount rate" (per Robb's Dictionary of Modern Business)
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Paula Knippa
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na +1nominal annual [interest] rate
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nanominal rate of interest (possibility)
 Paula Knippa
na>> see below <<
 Heathcliff

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Explanation:
Ordinarily, yes; however, in Mexico the "tasa nominal" is the bank discount rate. If your document is Mexican, you're probably dealing with the annual (or annualized) bank discount rate. Otherwise, 'nominal" is also often translated as "standard, as in "standard annual rate." -- Hope this helps!

 HeathcliffUnited StatesLocal time: 06:41Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in pair: 843

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nominal rate of interest (possibility)

Explanation:
There is such a thing as a nominal rate [of interest], which is the periodic rate multiplied by the number of calculation periods - or, in other words, the annual equivalent of the periodic rate. (see Australian Bankers' Association website, if you're interested). Otherwise, if the document is from Mexico, I'd go with Heathcliff's "bank discount rate" (per Robb's Dictionary of Modern Business)

 Paula KnippaPRO pts in pair: 4

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 markUnited StatesLocal time: 06:41Native speaker of: English

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nominal annual [interest] rate

Explanation:
Rosenberg's Banking Dictionary has:
tasa nominal de interés: nominal interest rate.

This dictionary was also edited in Mexico. I'm not familiar with their use of the term for bank discount rate, but thought I would provide you with this additional possibility...

HTH

 BAQMIALocal time: 09:41Native speaker of: SpanishPRO pts in pair: 51

agree  Patrick Weill: thank you!
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