intermediation


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Monetary Intermediation in Brazil: Industrial Report
The emergence of shadow banking thus shifted the systemic risk-return trade-off toward cheaper credit intermediation during booms, at the cost of more severe crises and more expensive intermediation during downturns.
This reveals both complexity and intensity of competition in the industry, which should therefore enhance efficient financial intermediation.
Our goal is to analyze the effects of intermediation costs on agents' intertemporal ability to smooth consumption and insure against labor income shocks.
The problem in Japan is a rupture in their financial intermediation process -- meaning moving savings into investment,'' Greenspan told the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee.
Expanding the money supply to meet this increased demand accomplishes intermediation and transfers the resources to borrowers for productive investment.
Its interpersonal focus positions intermediation primarily within the realm of tacit knowledge.
As intermediation costs rose, banks further increased loan spreads and redoubled efforts to securitize loans and otherwise constrain expansion in their balance sheets.
This study examines the causal relationship between financial intermediation and economic growth in a sample of five SSA countries, (Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Kenya, and Malawi), where a strong link between the development of the financial sector and economic growth is apparent.
00), currency of the United States of America, with significant potential to channel resources to finance sub-loans that fall within the different types of programs of financial intermediation CABEI mainly, but not limited to financing operations that fall under the Central American Program for Sustainable Development Housing and Habitat (VIDHAS).
Still, if its effects have been widespread, its origins were narrower: the crisis had its roots in the financial sector and manifested itself first through disruptions in the system of financial intermediation.