Cost of Funds Index is the weighted average interest expense paid by reporting financial institutions on their borrowings. COFI stands for the 11th District Monthly Weighted Average Cost of Funds Index.
What It Means
It is calculated and published by the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco (FHLB-SF). COFI is used as an index to adjust interest rate on adjustable rate mortgages.
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