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US prime rate

The US prime rate is the interest rate at which banks lend to their most creditworthy customers, such as large corporations. It is often used as a benchmark for other types of loans, such as mortgages, and is generally set by the Federal Reserve in the United States. The prime rate is influenced by a number of factors, including the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decisions, inflation, and overall economic conditions.

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