Dollar Bank Decreases Prime Rate

Apr 18, 2001, 01:00 ET from Dollar Bank

    PITTSBURGH and CLEVELAND, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Dollar Bank announced
 on April 18, 2001 that it was decreasing its prime rate from 8.00% to 7.50%
 effective April 19, 2001.
     This decrease in the prime rate is being made as a result of recent
 changes in market conditions.
     Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Dollar Bank is a $3.5 billion federally
 chartered mutual savings bank offering a wide range of financial services to
 individuals and businesses in the Pittsburgh, PA and Cleveland, OH markets.
 Bank subsidiaries include Dollar Bank Leasing Corporation, and Flenniken
 Corporation in Pittsburgh, PA, and Security Savings Mortgage Corporation in
 Canton, OH.
 
 

SOURCE Dollar Bank
    PITTSBURGH and CLEVELAND, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Dollar Bank announced
 on April 18, 2001 that it was decreasing its prime rate from 8.00% to 7.50%
 effective April 19, 2001.
     This decrease in the prime rate is being made as a result of recent
 changes in market conditions.
     Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Dollar Bank is a $3.5 billion federally
 chartered mutual savings bank offering a wide range of financial services to
 individuals and businesses in the Pittsburgh, PA and Cleveland, OH markets.
 Bank subsidiaries include Dollar Bank Leasing Corporation, and Flenniken
 Corporation in Pittsburgh, PA, and Security Savings Mortgage Corporation in
 Canton, OH.
 
 SOURCE  Dollar Bank