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ARM Indexes: Monthly 5-Year, 7-Year, 10-Year, 20-Year, & 30-Year Treasury Securities, 2003

Source: Federal Reserve Board

The Treasury Security (also known as TCM, or CMT, or T-Sec) indexes are calculated by the Treasury Department and reported by the Federal Reserve.

Your new interest rate will be determined by the index value 30 to 45 days before your next rate change. A margin is added to this index by the lender when your ARM's rate is adjusted.

You can compute your new mortgage rate as soon as the relevant index value is released; see our ARM Check Kit for complete instructions and worksheets.

For the latest value of these and other indexes, see our Current Indexes Table. Lenders and servicers can receive the latest index values every day with a subscription to HSH's Daily Index Update Service.

ARM Indexes: 2003
Month of5-Year TCM
Monthly
7-Year TCM
Monthly
10-Year TCM
Monthly
20-Year TCM
Monthly
Jan-2003
Feb-2003
Mar-2003
Apr-2003
May-2003
Jun-2003
Jul-2003
Aug-2003
Sep-2003
Oct-2003
Nov-2003
Dec-2003
3.05000
2.90000
2.78000
2.93000
2.52000
2.27000
2.87000
3.37000
3.18000
3.19000
3.29000
3.27000
3.60000
3.45000
3.34000
3.47000
3.07000
2.84000
3.45000
3.96000
3.74000
3.75000
3.81000
3.79000
4.05000
3.90000
3.81000
3.96000
3.57000
3.33000
3.98000
4.45000
4.27000
4.29000
4.30000
4.27000
5.02000
4.87000
4.82000
4.91000
4.52000
4.34000
4.92000
5.39000
5.21000
5.21000
5.17000
5.11000

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