- floating interest rate
- Rate of interest that is not fixed but which varies depending upon the existing rate in the money market.

*Black's law dictionary.
HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A..
1990.*

- floating interest rate
- Rate of interest that is not fixed but which varies depending upon the existing rate in the money market.

*Black's law dictionary.
HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A..
1990.*

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