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Prime rate

The Interest rate that commercial banks Charge their most creditworthy borrowers, such as large corporations. The Prime rate is a lagging Indicator. also called prime.

Related Terms: 15 Borrow, Charge, Commercial bank, Call, Credit, Heir, Indicator, Interest, Interest rate, Lagging indicator, Merc, Owe, Prime, Prime rate, Ratio
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