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Prime Lending Rate

The lowest rate of interest that a financial institution, such as a bank, charges its best customers, usually large corporations, for short-term unsecured loans.

The prime lending rate is an economic indicator and is often used as a measuring point for adjusting interest rates on other types of loans. The rate varies according to economic factors.

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