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(finance) The percentage of an amount of money charged for its use per some period of time (often a year).
Interest defaults led to a conversion of the debt in 1851, the interest rate being reduced from 5% to 3%.
However, interest rate hedging also has a downside.
Their equation used the standard deviation of the stock price and the risk-free interest rate to provide a value.
It carries a 24.99 percent interest rate.
Maybe you could borrow at very high usurious interest rate.
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