demand loan

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a loan that is repayable on demand


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Thanks to the active involvement of the CBC, the outstanding amount of call loans has expanded to NT$250-350 billion, from NT$150 billion previously, with the rate having bounced back from the nadir of 0.
In addition, the New York purchase could be financed in the call loan market, with ultimate payment made by gold shipment.
An average rate on uncollateralized overnight call loans due on Thursday stood at 0.
On September 30, 2006, cash and cash equivalents net of call loans were $315.
And First National was forced to call loans and borrow from the Reconstruction Finance Corp.
Under the zero-rate policy adopted in February 1999, the central bank steers its target rate on unsecured overnight call loans as low as possible to prop up economic activity.
In extreme cases, banks were forced to suspend currency payments and call loans to protect their reserves.
b) The nature of the loans - the Framework Agreements provide the Company with an option to draw down two kinds of loans - short terms loans (a maximum duration of one year) and On Call loans.
The FSC originally required that total credit extension by domestic banks cannot exceed two times their deposits and call loans in mainland China.
The weighted average of the unsecured overnight call rate, the fee charged on unsecured overnight call loans, fell to minus 0.
12 to steer the current policy tool, the target rate on unsecured overnight call loans, down to 0.
Q: Are the Company's banks going to call loans if the share price drops too far?
The risk exposure includes investment, credit extension, and call loans.
The balance of the re-financing will be funded by internally available funds and an increase in bank call loans.
The brokers also noted major commercial banks -- long-time call loan takers -- have had less need for call loans due to the mammoth inflows of ordinary deposits into large banks in recent months.