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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.
Moody's should be delighted that the NAIC thought it too expensive to continue. Now they will have lots of paying customers who used to rely on the NAIC posted data.
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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.
ok, thanks. We have a call into the FL DOI staff asking for direction as to what this means for interest on death claims in their state. (One could fear that the rate will default to 8%.)
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The Jan 2012 rate was published today. (Dec 2011 has been left blank.)
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So what's the deal - why did they skip Nov and Dec?
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Hey Moody's - Don't leave me hanging...

Life valuation rates might actually be changing, and you're playing games to get more revenue
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The Jan 2012 rate was published today. (Dec 2011 has been left blank.)
Looks like they've updated the history:


Average Corporate Yields (%)

October 2011 4.60
November 2011 4.39
December 2011 4.47
January 2012 4.45
February 2012 4.42

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Can anyone help me out with the March 2012 rate? April and May are currently on the NAIC site.

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April 2012 - 4.49%
May 2012 - 4.33%

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