Traducción de interest rate en español:

interest rate

tasa de interés, n.


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    tasa de interés femenino
    tipo de interés masculino España
    • The student loan interest rate will stay at 7 % for the year.
    • Higher taxes and surging interest rates in the 1990s limited the growth of the industry and drove some galleries out of business.
    • The biggest concern for voters was the future of interest rates.
    • Inflation can be contained in the short run by high interest rates or an appreciating exchange rate.
    • Loans raised to assist in the cleanup operations are expected to incur low interest rates with repayment deferred by perhaps 30 years.
    • The Australian Government does not control interest rates - the Reserve Bank does.
    • Even only a slight increase in the interest rate would put a great deal of pressure on borrowers.
    • The low interest rate has triggered a housing bubble.
    • Persistently high interest rates pursued by many governments of the region have choked off enthusiasm for domestic borrowing by foreign investors.
    • The rise in interest rates would worsen the economic slowdown requiring more potent measures to halt it.
    • High interest rates increase the cost of capital.
    • Many people are living on a razor's edge and only a slight interest rate increase will drive them over the edge.
    • The record inflation sparked off speculation on a possible spike in interest rates.
    • Nobody can guarantee what interest rates will do in the future.
    • Fixed rate mortgages carry a constant interest rate for the life of the loan, usually 15 or 30 years.