Bank Interest: You Just Can't WinBy
When the Federal Reserve jacked up short-term rates by a half-point on Aug. 16, the banks raised the prime rate faster than you can holler "cost of capital." Within hours, in fact. But back when the Fed was easing rates, between 1989 and 1992, banks took their sweet time cutting the prime lending rate in response.
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