- Interest rate imposed by a lender on a loan, between past and present rates. Normally offered by refunding previous loans, it charges a rate higher than the previous loan’s rate but lower than the current loan’s rate.
- In accounting, rate quantifying the debt obligation on various loans with different rates, or the revenue from cash flow. It is computed to determine the pooled cost of funds.
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