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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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Table 3 illustrates one link between call loan rates and aggregate NYC bank clearinghouse deposits and reserves.
36) The call loan rate did have a statistically significant seasonal pattern between January 1919 and December 1927.
The falling trend of the balance of call loans was fueled by a BOJ decision in March 2001 to implement a quantitative monetary easing policy.
unsecured overnight call loan rate on hold, a level unchanged since October
Insiders say that the interbank call loan rate in China is higher than deposit rate by at least 100 basis points, or equal to 1% per annum.
At the meeting, BOJ Governor Masaaki Shirakawa and his eight board colleagues also voted unanimously to keep the unsecured overnight call loan rate on hold at 0.
Regional banks and other smaller financial institutions have also rejoined the call loan market, they said.
Under the ultra-easy monetary policy adopted in February 1999, the BOJ steers the unsecured overnight call loan rate as low as possible to prop up economic activity.
Dealers said little trading is seen in one-week call loans due to a wait-and-see mood.
Jihsun's loans portfolio has grown monthly since the beginning of this year, pushing it to call loans meetings every two weeks.
Mega is reportedly to sign pacts with two leading banks in China--Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and Bank of China (BOC) to mutually handle such businesses as loans, deposits, and renminbi(RMB)-based interbank call loans.
The rise reflects an increase in fundraising, as the central bank is increasingly expected to raise its target rate for unsecured overnight call loans to 0.