# What was the prime rate in 2009?

## What was the prime rate in 2009?

Fourth FOMC Meeting of 2009 Adjourned: Prime Rate Remains at 3.25%

## When did the WSJ Prime Rate Change?

It should not be confused with the discount rate set by the Federal Reserve, though these two rates often move in tandem. The print edition of the WSJ is generally the official source of the prime rate….Historical data for the WSJ prime rate.

Date of Change | Prime Rate |
---|---|

2007 | |

19-Sep-19 | 5.00% |

31-Oct-19 | 4.75% |

2020 |

**What was the prime rate during the end of May 2009?**

Historical Prime Rates

Interest (per annum) | Date |
---|---|

11.00% | 2009-05-29 |

12.00% | 2009-05-04 |

13.00% | 2009-03-25 |

14.00% | 2009-02-06 |

**What was the prime rate in 2008?**

Historical Prime Rate

Effective Date | Rate |
---|---|

3/18/2008 | 5.25% |

1/30/2008 | 6.00% |

1/22/2008 | 6.50% |

12/11/2007 | 7.25% |

### What was the prime rate in 2021?

3.25%

Historical Data

Date | Value |
---|---|

October 03, 2021 | 3.25% |

October 02, 2021 | 3.25% |

October 01, 2021 | 3.25% |

September 30, 2021 | 3.25% |

### When was the last time Prime changed?

This led to the increase in the Prime Rate, by years end it was 4.4%….Prime rate changes in 2017.

Date | Prime Rate | Change |
---|---|---|

January, 2017 | 3.75 | 0 |

March, 2017 | 3.88 | +0.13 |

April, 2017 | 4.00 | +0.12 |

June, 2017 | 4.13 | +0.13 |

**What is the US Federal Reserve’s prime rate?**

What is the current prime rate? The prime rate is 3.25% as of July 2020, according to the Fed. This is the lowest rate in the past year and since 2008.

**What does the WSJ stand for in prime rate?**

What it means: The initials stand for The Wall Street Journal, which surveys large banks and publishes the consensus prime rate. The Journal surveys the 30 largest banks, and when three-quarters of them (23) change, the Journal changes its rate, effective on the day the Journal publishes the new rate.

## What is the current prime rate of the Wall Street Journal?

WSJ Prime Rate. 3.25. 3.25. 4.75. What it means: The initials stand for The Wall Street Journal, which surveys large banks and publishes the consensus prime rate. The Journal surveys the 30 largest banks, and when three-quarters of them (23) change, the Journal changes its rate, effective on the day the Journal publishes the new rate.

## What was the prime rate in January 2001?

2001–2006 Date of Change Prime Rate 04-Jan-01 9.00% 01-Feb-01 9.50% 21-Mar-01 9.00%

**What is the current prime rate in the United States?**

March 3, 2020: 4.25: Date of Rate Change: Rate (%) March 15, 2020: 3.25 (The Current U.S. Prime Rate) June 16, 2021: The FOMC has voted to leave the target range for the fed funds rate at 0% – 0.25%. Therefore, the United States Prime Rate remains at 3.25%