You can find the current APR on the Lido staking page.

Lido's staking APR may be lower than Ethereum's APR at times due to the activation queue for ETH validators as well as Lido's staking rewards fee. As Lido's staking rewards are socialized across all stakers, if there's a big increase in new stakers the rate ends up momentarily lower as more validators are onboarded.

With Lido, you receive staking rewards within 24 hours of your deposit being made, without waiting for validator activation, which helps offset the initially lower rate.

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