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Prime Rate

also known as the Fed, National, U.S. and WSJ Prime Rate

Tuesday, January 15, 2002

Welcome To The New Wall Street Journal Prime Rate Blog!

Hello and welcome to The Wall Street Journal Prime Rate blog. The purpose of this blog is to provide details and useful information related to changes to The Wall Street Journal Prime Rate. Those of you who monitor the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate--the key banking index that affects the interest rates charged by the vast majority of the nation's consumer lending institutions for mortgages, car loans, credit cards, etc.--will find this blog especially useful as a source of background information related to changes made to the prime rate. Thanks for reading and welcome aboard!



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