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United States Prime Rate Flow Chart

Chart of the United States Prime Rate vs
30-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage Rate vs
15-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage Rate vs
The Yield on The 10-Year US Treasury Note

Chart: U.S. Prime Rate versus the rate on a 30-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage versus the rate on a 15-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage versus the Yield on the 10-Year US Treasury Note

This chart shows the relationship between the United States Prime Rate,
the yield on the Ten-Year United States Treasury Note and
the rate on 15 and 30-Year, Fixed-Rate Mortgages since July 1, 1999.

Chart: U.S. Prime Rate vs. Fed Funds Target Rate vs. 1-Month LIBOR vs. 3-Month LIBOR

The U.S. Prime Rate = (FFTR + 3)

Chart on this page updated on June 1, 2024.

Sources: United States Prime Rate and 10-Year Treasury Note Yield History and Mortgage Rates - United States
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