Client Conversations: How Rising Interest Rates Can Impact You
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Interest Rates Then (Pre-Recession) vs Now
Sources: Sources: St. Louis Fed, Freddie Mac, FDIC, JPMorgan Chase
1 Pre-recession savings account interest measured by taxable money-market returns; source for 2018 rates is FDIC as of May 21, 2018.
2 Credit card rate measured by the historical prime rate as of March 2018 (most recent available)
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