Riding on higher rates


IN last week’s column, the increase in the overnight policy rate (OPR) was discussed at great length, and in terms of impact on borrowers, the higher rate hits floating rate borrowers the most in the form of an increase in the interest portion for monthly repayments made to the financial institutions (FIs).

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