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Why Interest Rates Matter

An interest rate, often set by the Fed Reserve, is the cost of borrowing money, typically expressed as an annualized percentage rate. read more

An interest rate, often set by the Fed Reserve, is the cost of borrowing money, typically expressed as an annualized percentage rate.

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Why Interest Rates Matter

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