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basis point a unit equal to one hundredth of one percent, used in economics and finance to measure exchange rates, interest rates, and the like.
credit union a cooperative financial association that provides its members with services such as checking or savings accounts and loans at low interest rates.
Federal Reserve System a U.S. federal banking system that sets interest rates and regulates the flow of money.
indexation the automatic adjustment of wages, prices, interest rates, or other economic factors to a cost-of-living index.
money-market fund a mutual fund whose investments are of a short-term nature and consist of commercial paper or treasury bills, usu. giving a fairly high interest rate.
usurious constituting usury, as an interest rate. [1/2 definitions]
usury the act or practice of lending money at excessive or illegal interest rates. [1/2 definitions]