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  • n. Plural form of interest rate.

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Examples

  • In general, your credit cards will have the highest interest rates of any of your debt and are the first target for any extra debt-reducing cash.

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  • Your profile can also determine what interest rates you pay, higher or lower, and in some cases will also be a determining factor in whether you get a certain job or even an applied-for larger life insurance policy.

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  • Athole Stewart, director of finance, explained: “There was a window period where dollar-denominated borrowing looked better because dollar interest rates were much cheaper.”

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  • Real interest rates soared while commodity prices and LDC-exports plummeted, as recession in the industrial countries sharply reduced their demand for imports.

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  • When interest rates began soaring in the early eighties, and mortgage companies became concerned about locking in low fixed interest rates, long-term adjustable rate mortgages were born.

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  • Yet the mini-default permanently raised interest rates by more than half a percentage point, says the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.

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  • Traditionally, interest rates charged by PROEXPO had been well below the market rates.

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  • Because fixed interest rates are constantly changing over the term of your mortgage, you will want to check your mortgage company about every six months to find out the interest rate at which you could convert your ARM to an FRM.

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  • This mechanism provided constantly growing capitalization to PROEXPO that enabled it to afford subsidized interest rates to exporters without depending on appropriations from the national budget see Exhibit 2.

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  • Newspapers quote the interest rates of money market funds by annualizing the daily interest rates.

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