Loan Tracker supports loans at variable rates based on multiple indexes, such as the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate and the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).
What does WSJPR stand for?
WSJPR stands for Wall Street Journal Prime Rate
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
- Wall Street Journal Index
- Wall Street Journal Interactive (website)
- Washington State Judo, Inc. (martial arts)
- Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
- Wall Street Journal Japan
- Warszawska Szkola Jezyka Japonskiego (Polish: Warsaw Japanese Language School; Warsaw, Poland)
- We See Jesus Ministerial Association
- Wall Street Journal Online
- Wall Street Journal Prime (finance)
- Washington Society for Jungian Psychology (Washington, DC)
- Wall Street Journal Report
- Westchester Secular Jewish School (Rye, NY)
- World Super Jockeys Series (Japan)
- Washington State Jobs With Justice
- Webb School of Knoxville (Knoxville, Tennessee)
- Why She Kills (band)
- Wide-Spectrum Screening Keratin
- Wiener Sangerknaben (German: Vienna Boys Choir; Austria)
- Winning Series Karting (Italy)
- Winsock Kernel (network programming interface)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The line has a variable interest rate of the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate plus 2% with a floor of 6% and matures on March 28, 2012.
75 basis points above the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate (the "indexed rate") and is subject to adjustment based on changes in the indexed rate.
This variable rate is based on the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate and is subject to change.
The note bears interest at a rate equal to the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate plus 3%, subject to adjustment downward under circumstances related to the trading value of eLEC's stock.
KeyBank's Small Business Responsive Line of Credit* features a promotional rate of the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate prime minus 0.
The shares of Series I Convertible Preferred Stock contain a monthly dividend that is payable at a range between the prime rate and prime +10% during the first seven months and at the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate thereafter.
5% based on the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate plus 1%.