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The bank has reduced the base rate by 10 basis points to 10.
June delinquency rates for commercial mortgage-backed securities fell 23 basis points to 9.
The group reported that the delinquency rate for loans on one- to four-unit residential properties in New Hampshire rose 50 basis points to 3.
Since October 2002, spreads on Brazil's external debt have narrowed from a whopping 1,800 basis points over U.
Lance said that from the time the plan originated in 1982 until 1995, Hartford charged an annual fee of 85 basis points (0.
25 percent difference - or 25 basis points - is now nearly 50 basis points apart.
For example, government agency securities have been a good way to add yield to a portfolio in the past, but the incremental yield offered by agency securities versus Treasuries is low right now--10 basis points or less in most instances.
Health care expense ratios have remained fairly stable over the past few years, increasing 60 basis points between 2003 and 2005, as a result of lower cost trends.