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Old 10-24-2011, 08:44 PM
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Here's my entire history, fwiw (the 01/1988-04/1990 rates are courtesy of Ranger (previously posted in this thread)):
Do you (or anybody) have May, Jun, July 2011?
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What will happen when NAIC no longer pays for Moody's? Perhaps similar to when 1980 amendments with the dynamic formula first passed: none of the states could calculate the rates. Consultants got some billables for that.
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Old 10-28-2011, 05:37 PM
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Do you (or anybody) have May, Jun, July 2011?
I missed May and June 2011 (But based on 12 and 36 month averages, I'm backfilling with 5.28% for both months until I get the real rates)

July 2011 is 5.30%
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Old 10-29-2011, 12:36 AM
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Do you (or anybody) have May, Jun, July 2011?
I updated my post.

Here they are:

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05/01/2011 5.33%
06/01/2011 5.30%
07/01/2011 5.30%
08/01/2011 4.79%
09/01/2011 4.60%
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Looks like the NAIC isn't updating their website anymore. Anyone know if there's somewhere else I can get these, or do I need to contact Moody's directly? Maybe they have raised their subscription prices or something, because I think the SOA also stopped providing some Moody's rates. Bummer...
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The last one I saw on the NAIC site was October 2011 at 4.60%. They have now taken the rates down, and say to contact Moody's Investors Service. Unfortunately, you have to subscribe in order to get it directly from Moody's. I'm not sure where to obtain this information.

Does anyone know where to obtain this information?

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The Federal Reserve of St. Louis is my site of choice for:

1. All kinds of historic interest rates in general:

http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/categories/22 and

2. Moody's Seasoned Corproate in particular (Aaa or Baa, Montly or Weekly or Daily):

http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/categories/119
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2. Moody's Seasoned Corproate in particular (Aaa or Baa, Montly or Weekly or Daily):

http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/categories/119
Thanks for the link, but help me out here -- I don't see how one gets the "Moody's Corporate Average Yields" out of that. E.g., the rate for both Sept & Oct (2011) was 4.60. I'm not sure how one would derive that with the data in that link.
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Old 12-13-2011, 09:43 AM
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Thanks for the link, but help me out here -- I don't see how one gets the "Moody's Corporate Average Yields" out of that. E.g., the rate for both Sept & Oct (2011) was 4.60. I'm not sure how one would derive that with the data in that link.
I don't think it is a publicly available series and I am not aware of any way to derive it. I think you have to get it from Moody's.
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