- A rate that is not tied to market forces and is fixed for the life of the agreement.
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fixed-rate — UK US noun [C] ► FINANCE an interest rate on a loan that is fixed when the loan is taken out and that does not change: »a buy to let loan at a fixed rate of 4% → Compare FLOATING RATE(Cf. ↑floating rate), VARIABLE RATE(Cf. ↑ … Financial and business terms
fixed rate — n: a rate (as of interest) that stays the same a mortgage with a fixed rate Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 … Law dictionary
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fixed rate — /fɪkst reɪt/ noun a rate, e.g. an exchange rate, which does not change ▪▪▪ ‘…you must offer shippers and importers fixed rates over a reasonable period of time’ [Lloyd’s List] … Marketing dictionary in english
fixed rate — /fɪkst reɪt/ noun a rate, e.g. an exchange rate, which does not change … Dictionary of banking and finance
fixed rate — Gen Mgt an interest rate for loans that does not change with fluctuating conditions in the market … The ultimate business dictionary
fixed rate mortgage — see mortgage Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. fixed rate mortgage … Law dictionary
fixed rate preference shares — Shares issued wholly for new consideration with no conversion rights or rights to acquire further shares or securities, which carry dividends of a fixed amount or fixed rate per cent of the nominal value. The dividends (plus any amount paid on… … Law dictionary