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ceiling

noun acme, altitude, apex, apogee, climax, extreme, extremity, farthest point, height, highest degree, highest point, limit, maximum, optimum, peak, pinnacle, record, roof, summit, tectum, top, ultimate, utmost, uttost extent, utmost height, uttermost, vertex, zenith
Associated concepts: maximum income ceiling, maximum rent ceiling
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The loan rate cap also contributes to asset-quality weakness.
"We will continue to monitor the impact of the Child Care Subsidy rate caps on families and services as part of the new child care package evaluation."
Summary: Kenyan banks have welcomed the government's proposal to end interest rate caps, but the threat of new taxes is causing them consternation.
In any case, there is probably a conflict of interest for the government in regard of the interest rate cap law.
I think it is likely that we will see action of some kind to open up access to credit this year, whether it be by a repeal of the interest rate cap or via another method, such as the proposed Development Bank of Kenya.
To keep client expectations reasonable at renewal time, it's important to know how the renewal index rate cap is set each year.
Violations of the National DNC List and Abandonment Rate caps can be very costly to contact centers.
These results are most likely attributable to increased state aid to school districts that corresponded with the implementation of the property tax rate cap mandated by LB1114.
These potential characteristics include the types of institutions that should be subject to an SND policy; the amount that should be required; the maturity, optionality, interest rate cap, and other possible features of the debt instrument; the frequency of issuance; and the way a transition period might work.
The Service contested the fees because they exceeded the adjusted $104 hourly rate cap then in effect.
Interest Rate Caps. Another popular option-type derivative financial instrument is an interest rate cap.
Banks had long chafed under the deposit interest rate cap because it forced them to pay less deposit interest than thrifts and prevented them from competing with money market accounts.