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constant prepayment rate

  • 1 constant prepayment rate

    сокр. CPR фин. постоянный коэффициент досрочного погашения [досрочной выплаты\]* (показатель скорости досрочного погашения долга по ипотечному кредиту, рассчитанный из предположения, что каждый месяцу досрочно погашается одна и та же доля долга по кредиту, т. е. годовой показатель скорости досрочного погашения ипотечного кредита, рассчитанный путем умножения на 12 месячного показателя)
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    = standard prepayment.

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > constant prepayment rate

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