n. (plural of interest rate English)
Usage examples of "interest rates".
Thus the cost of the federal deficit would also increase, forcing the government to pull in more of the domestic money supply, reducing the pool of money available to personal and business loans and further increasing interest rates for the public through market forces over and above what the Fed enforced itself.
By the time the government finally an frantically raised the interest rates, it was too late.
All wages, prices, salaries, dividends, profits, interest rates and forms of income of any nature whatsoever, shall be frozen at their present figures, as of the date of this directive.
In fact, if we can come up with some cash for her, she can even avoid the interest rates.
With ubiquitous software to automatically shop for the best deals on fees and interest rates, brand loy.
For the nobility, raising the Jew taxes and having the Jews pass these on as high interest rates was a safe way of squeezing money out of the their subjects because borrowers generally directed their anger at the Jews for the high interest rates instead of blaming the government.