On the "Your Books" page, a user can easily tell which books she owns are lendable
If the lendable
value for an asset was 64 percent at the TAF and 76 percent at the ECB dollar auction (as it is for foreign government bonds in eighty-four-day operations), in May 2009 a bank would have found it profitable to borrow at the ECB dollar auction at OIS + 100 basis points instead of at the TAF at 0.
There was no exogenous source of bailout money, but additional components that globally expanded the availability of lendable
funds had been added to system.
This becomes even more important when more than one route is used or where custody of the lendable
assets is separated from the lending service provider (e.
The California Association of Realtors argued that "Any increase in required capital for the FNMA and FHLMC will reduce the supply of lendable
funds in the primary mortgage market and raise mortgage interest rates" and dismissed the prospects of a taxpayer bailout as "extremely remote" (U.
Issues become expensive to borrow when borrowing demand is high relative to lendable
The ratio measures the adequacy of the IMF's liquidity, or lendable
funds, and is obtained by dividing such funds by liquid liabilities.
Although the men who founded this bank and sat on its board of directors absorbed a significant share of lendable
funds to develop their own enterprises, the bulk of the loans went to other rural borrowers.
Some final words of warning, however: THIS IS NOT A LENDABLE
BOOK--you'll never get it back.
The Western construction of the individual is so powerful that in the Westerner's eyes it tends to diminish the non-Western person, the nonindividualized producer of lendable
Our job is to get the financial institutions a lendable
application," says Conway.
Revolving loan funds are programs offered by states that recycle lendable
funds to finance successive generations of projects over an extended period of time.