Business Dictionary :
Bank, Central Bank,
Merchant Bank, Data Bank
Bank : noun : Business which holds money for its clients, which lends money at interest and trades generally in money
• Lloyds BankBank Loan
• The First National Bank
• The Royal Bank of Scotland
• He put all his earnings into his bank.
• I have had a letter from my bank telling me my account is overdrawn.
or Bank Advance
: loan from a bank
• He asked for a bank loan to start his business.Bank Borrowing
: money borrowed from a bank
• The new factory was financed by bank borrowing.Bank Deposits
• Bank borrowings have increased.
• Loans given by banks have increased.
: all money placed in banks Central Bank
: main government controlled bank in a country which controls the financial affairs of the country by fixing main interest rates, issuing currency and controlling the foreign exchange rate
• The Bank of England : central British bank owned by the state which together with the Treasury regulates the nation's financesSavings Bank
• The Federal Reserve Banks : central banks in the USA which are owned by the state and directed by the Federal Reserve Board
• The World Bank : central bank, controlled by the United Nations, whose funds come from the member states of the UN and which lends money to member states
: bank where you can deposit money and receive interest on itMerchant Bank
: bank which lends money to companies and deals in international financeThe High Street Banks
: main British banks which accept deposits from and allow withdrawals by individuals Data Bank
: store of information in a computer Related Links :Bank
: VERBBankableBank AccountBank BalanceBank BillBank BookBank ChargesBank ClerkBank DraftBanker
: NOUN : 1
Merchant BankerBanker's BillBanker
: NOUN : 2Banker's OrderBanker GiroBanker HolidayBankingBanking Account
A Banking CrisisBanking HoursBank ManagerBank Note (or) BanknoteBank OnBank RollBank StatementBankrupt
Adjudication of Bankrupt
Declaration of Bankrupt
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