offset deposit

offset deposit

[′ȯf‚set di′päz·ət]
(geology)
A mineral deposit, especially of sulfides, formed partly by magmatic segregation and partly by hydrothermal solution and located near the source rock.
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23 billion as spread compression impacting certain products more than offset deposit growth.
Similarly, the deposit growth of our performing banks has more than offset deposit withdrawals at Farmers.
These deposit products were introduced to offset deposit outflows.
Perhaps its best point is that savers can offset deposits in Openplan against debit balances on other Barclays accounts,cutting the interest they pay.