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What is the nominal risk-free rate?
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The sum of the real risk-free interest rate and the inflation premium is the nominal riskfree interest rate.

Many countries have governmental short-term debt whose interest rate can be considered to represent the nominal risk-free interest rate in that country. The interest rate on a 90 -day US Treasury bill (T-bill), for example, represents the nominal risk-free interest rate over that time horizon.  

US T-bills can be bought and sold in large quantities with minimal transaction costs and are backed by the full faith and credit of the US government.
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