American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A subspecies (Icterus galbula galbula) of the northern oriole in its eastern range, of which the male is bright orange and black and the female olive brown with white wing bars.
- After Lord Baltimore. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Fixed-rate mortgage lending jumped 73% in February from a year earlier, to €149.9 billion $213.2 billion, prompting the Bank of France to warn banks to rein in their lending.”
“Fixed-rate, self-amortizing mortgages were designed for a workplace in which workers stayed with their employers for their entire careers.”
“Fixed-rate mortgages have been unpopular with borrowers in recent years because the headline rates on tracker deals, which follow the Bank of England base rate, have been more attractive.”
“Fixed-rate plans are for the risk averse, says Steven J. Maslak, president and CEO of Gateway Energy Services, a natural-gas marketer with 300,000 customers in eight states.”
“Fixed-rate mortgages followed bond yields and edged up this holiday week," said Frank Nothaft, Freddie Mac vice president and chief economist.”
“But here's the thing: Fixed-rate mortgages are already at historic lows, and the government is going to use every tool in its bag to get them lower over the course of the year.”
“Fixed-rate loans are also the norm, rather than the roller coaster variable rate products that are common among the current millions of defaulting borrowers.”
“Supported by Members of all sides of the House of Commons, the Money Advice Trust charity has been working with the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) to publish advice for these borrowers (a copy of the leaflet “Fixed-rate Mortgages – Some early advice” is attached).”
“Fixed-rate mortgages accounted for an increasing share of products taken out at 69%, up from 66% in May.”
“WASHINGTON -- Fixed-rate home mortgages fell in the latest week, according to Freddie Mac's survey.”
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