Two big US banks raise prime rates to 20.5%

Under the pressure of rising shortterm rates in the money markets, two big banks raised their prime lending rates thursday to 20.5 percent from 20 percent. Chase Manhattan, the third-largest bank, was the first to make the move, followed by First National of Chicago, ranked ninth.

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