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'Rf' is an abbreviation for the theoretically risk free rate of investment returns which can be earned on hypothetical investments, considered to be risk-free for modelling purposes.

For example, in the Capital asset pricing model.

Interest rate benchmarks

The term 'risk-free rates' is also used in the context of interest rate benchmarks.

This type of 'risk-free rate' is more often abbreviated 'RFR'.

See also