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Compares the average maturity or interval between rate adjustments among the types of institutions listed above. A longer maturity is usually more desirable, especially when rates are rising, because it brings stability to your financial planning. In recent years, small domestic banks usually offered the longest maturity. Maturities at foreign-based banks were shortest.

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