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a bank deposit from which withdrawals can be made without notice

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Despite having spared the general public whose sight deposits have not been affected, negative rates are not popular.
Mainly sight deposits (including currency), which grew by just under EUR13 billion net, were seen as relatively attractive - as in the preceding quarter.
The Bank uses loans with a fixed maturity and fixed interest rate--F-loans--to provide liquidity, in other words to ensure that the banking system as a whole has sufficient sight deposits at the end of the day.
These seven assets are notes and coins, non-interest-bearing (NIB) sight deposits, interest-bearing (IB) sight deposits, time deposits, building society deposits, National Savings investment accounts, and certificates of deposit (CDs).
To compensate for this tightening, minimum reserve rates are simultaneously lowered; for sight deposits by 2 percentage points to 7 per cent, for short-term time and savings deposits by 1.
Falling interest rates had a noticeable effect on sight deposits, transactions accounts and saving deposits, which all accelerated during 1995, thereby inducing M1 and M2 (1995 definitions) to accelerate as well, most markedly during the second half of 1995 (Table 7).
Previously, the reserve requirement ratios on Turkish lira deposits were 16 per cent for sight deposits and 7.
Such a change was largely influenced by the diminishing sight deposits with credit unions uniting farmers as financing needs during the agricultural season had increased.
This trend reflects a significant decline in sight deposits among banks and a near stability of the banknotes and currency in circulation.
After recording a decline in Q4-15, quasi money and sight deposits improved sequentially in Q1-16, it noted.
Time deposits continued to decline for a second consecutive month while sight deposits recovered by a healthy KWD 80 million from a modest drop last month.
The liquidity of the banking system is banks' aggregate sight deposits in accounts in Norges Bank from one business day to the next.
For example, the unexpected decline in the SAMB during the second half of 1994, when money market interest rates remained broadly unchanged, but nominal GDP accelerated, appears in part to be caused by another drop in banks' demand for sight deposits held with the SNB.
The decline in deposits during October was largely in KD sight deposits (-KD 323 million) and foreign currency deposits (-KD 407 million).
4%), in line mainly with sight deposits firming up.