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bank deposit

[¦baŋk di′päz·ət]
(geology)
Mounds, ridges, and terraces of sediment rising above and about the surrounding sea bottom.
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The "risky'' bank deposit tax would be "extremely dangerous'' for wider economic confidence, shadow treasury minister Chris Leslie said.
5bn (EUR5bn) bank deposit business remains subject to closing conditions.
According to Orphanides, any move to tax bank deposits would weaken Cyprus' financial sector and increase risks.
The other condition states that for savings bank deposits over Rs 1 lakh, a bank may provide differential rates of interest, if it so chooses.
Credit-Rating, a nationally recognized credit rating agency in Ukraine has today announced that it revised a number of bank deposit ratings ('BDR') previously assigned to Ukrainian banks.
Our current credit problems are not the result of a drain of bank deposits, to be ended by lower interest rates.
The central bank of China has said that it could free up bank deposit rates soon.
On July 21, 2014 Sberbank of Russia began accepting applications and processing deposit insurance payouts to JSC EUROSIB BANK deposit holders, who are not self-employed.
The 10% levy on people's interest earned from bank deposits will be gradually reduced by 2% a year to be eliminated by the end of the four-year term of the current Bulgarian government.
And that's where our Minority-Owned Bank Deposit Program meets the CRA needs of banks across the country.
Meaning, the subject bank deposit is an integral element of the crime sought to be prevented or solved.
According to a draft amendment to the Law on Bank Deposit Guarantee, the Bulgarian Deposit Insurance Fund would be obliged to redeem guaranteed deposits of up to BGN196,000 after a bank halts payments.