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adjusted periodically to a rate in accordance with market conditions: a variable-rate mortgage.
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Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned a 'F1+' unenhanced short-term rating to the following California Health Facilities Financing Authority bonds based upon self-liquidity provided by Scripps Health: --$60 million hospital variable-rate revenue bonds series 2010B; and --$40 million hospital variable-rate revenue bonds series 2010C.
VRP will provide income-seeking investors with efficient access to a portfolio of variable-rate preferred securities.
A study of borrowing trends shows that homeowners in the North have a 78% likelihood of holding a variable-rate mortgage, compared with 35% of those in the south.
Virtual Agronomist Pro from CropMetrics is a web-based agronomic variable-rate irrigation (VRI) software program that optimally determines and automatically generates center-pivot VRI speed control and VRI zone control prescriptions based on field data layers such as EM/EC, topography, and yield.
It should mean lower repayments for four million mortgage borrowers on tracker and variable-rate deals.
Auction rate securities are long-term, variable-rate bonds tied to short-term interest rates.
The current target mix will be 30% fixed-rate debt and 70% variable-rate debt unless the then current conditions indicate a different debt mix is appropriate.
The Board approved the sale of up to $21 million in variable-rate tax-exempt bonds for this college, centered in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn with a Manhattan campus.
StableFlow[TM], from APPRO Healthcare, Inc., is a single-use, gravity-driven, variable-rate IV flow controller that delivers intravenous medications with flow rate control and consistency.
An example of this is the United Ag Products branch in Birch Run, Mich., which uses the AgBoss for all of its variable-rate application of fertilizer and lime.
For example, assume we have three companies, each with the same fixed-rate asset, variable-rate debt, and a pay-fixed, receive-variable swap.

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