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U.S. BANK OF WASHINGTON CHANGES ITS PRIME RATE

          U.S. BANK OF WASHINGTON CHANGES ITS PRIME RATE
    PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. Bank of Washington


today announced that it dropped its prime rate to 7.5 percent, effective immediately. The previous rate was 8.0 percent.
    NOTE TO EDITORS:  For comments related to the prime rate, Patricia Stanton, assistant economist for U.S. Bank, is available.  Please contact Mary Ruble.
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    /CONTACT:  Mary Ruble of U.S. Bank, 503-275-6200/
    (USBC) CO:  U.S. Bank of Washington ST:  Washington IN:  FIN SU: SC-JH -- SE005 -- 1755 11/06/91 13:19 EST
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