call loan


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call loan

A loan that is payable at any time on the demand of the lender; in some instances, the borrower may also have the right to repay the loan at any time he chooses.
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Interbank call loans refer to the cost of borrowings from other banks.
The call loan market was central to the NYSE's settlement process, which required trade settlement on the following trade day.
Market sources attributed the high call loan rate to credit squeeze fears as well as growing fund demand toward banks' book closings for the fiscal first half to the end of this month.
Now the banker could afford to make more loans, too, since he could go to the Federal Reserve for more funds, instead of trying to call loans in, if he faced demands for an unusual amount of withdrawals from his bank.
Our chapter on the call loan market in New York City plays a central role in illustrating the key reason, in our thesis, for why the movement for the establishment of a central bank in the United States took hold only after the panic of 1907.
The bankers acceptance and call loan rates, however, did not have statistically significant seasonal patterns.
After the Panic, however, the New York bankers recognized a distinct and valuable role for a central bank that Chicago bankers, far from the New York Stock exchange and the call loan market, did not appreciate.
This week, the unsecured overnight call loan was traded mostly at 0.
At the very first call Loan Solutions starts working for their client by analyzing all necessary documents to develop the most effective plan to save the client's home or improve their financial situation.
They also decided to maintain the unsecured overnight call loan rate at a range of zero percent to 0.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) has decided to keep the bank's unsecured overnight call loan rate target unchanged in a range of 0.
The Bank of Japan has decided to leave its overnight call loan rate unchanged, reports Dow Jones.