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Explanation: A bit difficult without more context, but I suspect this may be used in a mortgage context, for example, where you can have loans where the interest charged varies according to movements in the interest rate applied by the central bank, or loans where the interest rate is fixed for part or all of the term of the loan.
Glyn Haggett United Kingdom Local time: 03:08 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English
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Variable interest loan
Explanation: it is called. A "Anleihe" does not have to be a bond. "Variable " interest is common in mortgages were the rate of interest moves in sync with the Fed's fund rate (Mr. Greenspan's bailiwick).
gangels Local time: 20:08 Works in field Native speaker of: English, German PRO pts in category: 45