Adjustable Rate

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Adjustable Rate. The initial Adjustable Rate shall be 1.906% per annum until the first Rate Change Date. From and after each Rate Change Date until the next Rate Change Date, the Adjustable Rate shall be the sum of (i) the Current Index, and (ii) the Margin, which sum is then rounded to three decimal places, subject to the limitations that the Adjustable Rate shall not be less than the Margin.
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Adjustable Rate. The initial Adjustable Rate shall be 1.906% One and 906/1000 percent (1.906%) per annum until the first Rate Change Date. From and after each Rate Change Date until the next Rate Change Date, the Adjustable Rate shall be the sum of (i) the Current Index, and (ii) the Margin, which sum is then rounded to three decimal places, subject to the limitations that the Adjustable Rate shall not be less than the Margin.
Adjustable Rate. The initial Initial Adjustable Rate shall be 1.906% 2.414% per annum until the first Rate Change Date. From and after each Rate Change Date until the next Rate Change Date, the Adjustable Rate shall be the sum of (i) (a) the Current Index, and (ii) (b) the Margin, which sum is then rounded to three decimal places, subject to the limitations that the Adjustable Rate shall not be less than the Margin.
Adjustable Rate. The initial Initial Adjustable Rate shall be 1.906% 3.141% per annum until the first Rate Change Date. From and after each Rate Change Date until the next Rate Change Date, the Adjustable Rate shall be the sum of (i) (a) the Current Index, and (ii) (b) the Margin, which sum is then rounded to three decimal places, subject to the limitations that the Adjustable Rate shall not be less than the Margin.
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