Wall Street Journal Prime Rate

The Wall Street Journal prime rate is an important interest rate benchmark used in the United States. It is the most widely quoted measure of the prime rate, which is the rate at which banks will lend money to their most credit-worthy customers. The Wall Street Journal prime rate is usually 3 percentage points above the Federal Funds target rate set by the Federal Reserve, and it is published daily in the "Money Rates" section of The Wall Street Journal's website.

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