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1) The real interest rate; 2) Future expected profits. Firms will demand loanable funds for investment only when the future expected profits are greater than the real interest rate. We generally assume future expected profits are fixed, and so as the real interest rate goes down, the demand for loanable funds goes up and vice-versa. Abstract. The analysis reaches the stage where the new monetary model can be partly built on the endogenous loanable funds supply, which is partially controlled by the commercial banks, and partly with the demand for these funds. Alternatively, the interest rate is the rate of return from supplying or lending loanable funds. The interest rate is typically measured as an annual percentage rate. For example, a firm that borrows $20,000 in funds for one year, at an annual interest rate of 5%, will have to repay the lender $21,000 at the end of the year; this amount includes the $20,000 borrowed plus $1,000 in interest ($20,000 × .05).