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a loan from one bank to another

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For similar reasons, stress tests reduce the costs and increase the effectiveness of government programs that guarantee interbank loans.
The interest rate on interbank loans in foreign currency in December 2014 was 0.
According to data compiled by the newspaper, used as the source for the article, the big four UK banks cut interbank loan volumes by more than 24% to 10.
The TED Spread is the difference between the interest rates on interbank loans and short-term US government debt - quite possibly the most boring sentence ever written apart from all those in The Great Gatsby and the Daily Telegraph.
Funding through other financial intermediaries declined by 50% in real terms compared to the previous quarter, due to the repayment of interbank loans in the period.
Covefi's current funding and liquidity profile appears to be weak, as the bank still does not have customer deposits and funds itself exclusively through interbank loans.
8% increase in the Bank's earning assets, excluding interbank loans and leasing assets, in the first quarter of 1997 compared to the same quarter of 1996.
The policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee cut the federal funds rate governing overnight interbank loans to 2.
The scandal revolves around the transfer in early June last year of 546 billion rupiah (about $63 million) in commissions from privately-run Bank Bali to private finance company PT Era Giat Prima for its "services" in helping recover some $120 million in interbank loans owed Bank Bali by several banks that had been shut down.
In general, large banks will have the option to allocate those funds in interbank loans, acquisition of loan portfolio and long-term debt (Letras Financeiras with a minimum tenor of two years) issued by the MSBs.
Total loans, net of interbank loans as of June 30, 2005 increased by 19.
The central bank of Netherlands has stated that the nation's commercial banks were less dependent on interbank loans and have been issuing debt securities instead.
The proposal to guarantee bonds follows an earlier pledge to back bank deposits and interbank loans announced 12 October 2008.
Distrust the banks developed in each other's ability to repay such interbank loans appears to have triggered a chain reaction of bank failures in the subsequent months.
The scandal revolves around the transfer in early June of 546 billion rupiah in commissions from Bank Bali to private finance company PT Era Giat Prima for its "services" in helping recover some 120 million dollars in interbank loans owed Bank Bali by several banks that had been shut down.