Wall Street Journal prime rate


The average prime rate from a consensus of lenders surveyed by the Wall Street Journal. Considered an index rate, The WSJ rate is often used as a basis for establishing short-term interest rates for various products at lenders such as banks, credit unions and mortgage brokers.
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