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describe a variable rate loan.
Variable rate loans are lines of credit or closed-end credit accounts that offer interest rates that can fluctuate. [ Different from fixed-loan rates, variable rate loans are often tied to certain market indexes that adjust based on economic conditions. Read more: What Is a Variable Rate Loan? (SOURCE: ) ]
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