LTPR

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LTPRLufthansa Technik Puerto Rico
LTPRLand Tenure and Property Rights
LTPRLong-Term Prime Rate
LTPRLaparoscopic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Hernia Repair (surgical method)
LTPRLoeffler Tuggey Pauerstein Rosenthal, LLC (now Gray Loeffler, LLC; consulting; multiple US locations)
LTPRLower Thermosphere Profiler Radar
LTPRLandlord-Tenant Practice Reporter (public review tool)
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TOKYO - Mizuho Corporate Bank said Monday it will pare down its long-term prime rate 0.05 percentage point to 1.60 percent per year in light of the recent downtrend in other long-term interest rates.
TOKYO - Mizuho Corporate Bank said Tuesday that it will raise its long-term prime rate 0.20 percentage point to 2.45 percent per year in light of recent interest rate trends.
It was the first cut in the long-term prime rate in four months.
The long-term prime rate is a standard for many personal, housing and corporate loans in Japan.
The long-term prime rate is a benchmark for personal, housing and corporate loans in Japan.
The cut in the long-term prime rate, or interest charged on loans of one year or longer to the most creditworthy corporate clients, will come only one month after it was raised by the same amount to 2.35 percent Oct.
The long-term prime rate, charged to the bank's most creditworthy customers on loans of one year or longer, is customarily set 0.9 point higher than the coupon on five-year debentures issued monthly to institutional investors.
The long-term prime rate is closely watched for various personal, housing and corporate loans in Japan.
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