Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Low rates are also applicable to interbank loans, not to customers.
In this table we show interbank interest rates at maturities from one to twelve months.
The difficulty is that in Europe today, there is a whole raft of what are known as interbank payment systems.
First it was the balance of payments, then it was interbank lending.
As long as the government risk is still present [interbank stress] will not disappear.
Visa Plus (interbank network)
Thirdly, I can confirm that the Commission will provide guidance on the compatibility of multilateral, interbank remuneration with competition rules.
Yucho (interbank network)
Earl I. Johnson, a vice president at the Harris Bank in Chicago, said activity in the dollar was subdued, lacking significant corporate or interbank trading.
The Central Bank cooperates with national and Central Banks of other states on the basis of intergovernmental and interbank agreements.
TARGET2 is an interbank payment system for the real-time processing of cross-border transfers throughout the European Union.
Though Mr. Yusuf was never directly implicated, his reputation never recovered and the agency's efforts to sell assets and repay interbank loans were weakened.
Basically, therefore, this is a proposal for a directive that seeks to put interbank payment systems, and ultimately also banks, in a privileged position as creditors of a bankrupt institution in certain specific circumstances.
Lukashenko further accused banks of diverting profits from the real, productive sector of the economy into speculative transactions such as interbank loans, and from the sale and purchase of foreign currencies.
However, the lifeline of medium-term liquidity support will likely not be enough to re-open the interbank unsecured funding market - banks are still nervous to lend to other Eurozone banks for even just three months.
Peter Wadkins, manager of interbank currency sales at Standard Chartered Bank, observed: "We are looking at comments from the Bundesbank that a stronger dollar helps and that there is potential for lower rates there again.
Chinese telecoms firm ZTE teamed up with Chinese banks to provide a $1.5bn commercial suppliers' credit (at Libor - interbank lending rate - plus 1.5%) to roll out cellular and 3G service across the country.
At noon, the bank manager appeared to tell the crowd that there would be no dollars, only rubles at the fictitious rate of 7.8, an official level that has remained on the books since Moscow's interbank currency exchange shut down for business last Wednesday morning.
Discount rate lending is minuscule and interbank lending relatively small, but together the two interest rates serve as a benchmark for what commercial banks like Morgan Guaranty or Chase Manhattan pay on savings accounts, certificates of deposit and other forms of borrowing.
Multicaixa (MCX) is the one and only brand name for debit cards issued in Angola, and also the brand name for the one and only interbank network of Automated teller machines and point of sales terminals for electronic payments.
(a) Banker to banks and other financial institutions - every commercial bank has an account with the Bank of England in which 'operational deposits' are kept in order to settle interbank debts from the cheque clearing system, and for payment of funds due to the government (and, conversely, funds paid by the government to the banks).