All-in-rate

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All-in-rate

Rate used in charging customers for accepting banker's acceptances, consisting of the discount interest rate plus the commission.

All-In-Rate

The rate that a bank charges a customer in exchange for honoring a banker's acceptance. The all-in-rate is the discount interest rate added to a commission.
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For carriers, if the price of oil goes back up, they may try to raise the all-in rates, but in the past they could not pass on increases fast enough.
And customer ser vice will likely be the ultimate decider of how the all-in rates will play out.
All-in rates have declined, which bodes well for our bank clients and their customers.
With all-in rates you are left with only one figure to compare: overall costs.