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Chase Manhattan and Manufacturers Hanover, two of the nation's largest banks, raised the prime rate they charge their top corporate customers to 13 1/2 percent Wednesday, from 13 percent. Several other banks quickly followed. Analysts predict the rate soon may rise to 14 percent, because the Federal Reserve has tightened credit by raising the discount rate it charges member banks.

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