Long-Term Interest Rate

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Long-Term Interest Rate

An interest rate on a financial instrument with a maturity of longer than one year. A long-term interest rate is usually (but not always) higher than a short-term rate because of the added risk of committing capital to a person or project for such a long period of time.
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Establishment of another long term interest rate period does not require the county to obtain a liquidity facility to pay the purchase price for the mandatory tender.
The bonds initially bear interest at the weekly interest rate, but may be converted to a daily, bond interest or long term interest rate mode.
The bonds initially bear interest at the daily interest rate, but may be converted to a weekly rate, commercial paper rate or a long term interest rate.
The Impact of Government Budget Deficits on Ex Post Real Long Term Interest Rates in the U.
McGee said that the federal government's need to finance its deficit would absorb money in the credit markets and put continued upward pressure on long term interest rates.
Levis stated that contrary to these institutions the elimination of 30 year treasury bond and any related unexpected reduction in long term interest rates should not have a material adverse impact on the Company's operations.