Definition : Immovable hypothec (conventional) - Preferential interest rate (prime rate)

Annual interest rate announced by the Bank of Canada periodically as a reference rate to determine the applicable interest rates for commercial loans, in Canadian dollars. Financial institutions set their prime rates based in part on the overnight rate determined by the Bank of Canada. Granted by financial institutions to their blue-chip customers, the prime rate benefits members with the highest credit rating.

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