WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is adjusting the interest rates it will charge to borrowers using its new Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility, known as TALF.

Beginning in May, fixed-rate loans through the facility that are collateralized with asset-backed securities not guaranteed by the government will face interest rates based on the underlying securities' weighted average life to maturity.

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