bank run

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Noun1.bank run - the concerted action of depositors who try to withdraw their money from a bank because they think it will failbank run - the concerted action of depositors who try to withdraw their money from a bank because they think it will fail
bank withdrawal - the withdrawal of money from your account at a bank
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EU auditors have opined that the European Union's agency in charge of disposing of failing banks, the Single Resolution Board, might not be fully prepared to deal with a new banking crisis, according to Reuters.
How did Nigeria avoid a banking crisis in the aftermath of the 2014 crude oil price crash?
His comments came as the government announced its intention to compensate depositors, bank bondholders and shareholders, for losses in the 2013 banking crisis, compensation schemes for farmers, and its intention to write off outstanding VAT owed by football clubs.
As oil prices have now started to recover, after oil producing countries' cartel OPEC implemented production cuts, the likelihood of another banking crisis seems to be greatly diminished.
In Table 3, we ask whether twin crises have additional effects compared to the effects of banking crisis or currency crisis individually.
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With the help of a binary logit model, a log-odds ratio of, for example, banking crisis can be expressed as follows:
high leverage, but have not subsequently seen another banking crisis
Moreover, some countries still have high leverage, but have not subsequently seen another banking crisis since 2009.
Their goal is to explain the double hit that economies and financial systems suffer when they experience a banking crisis and then the tightening of credit that often follows.
There may be no rescue plan or resolution to the problem with the Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB) soon, as the "worst banking crisis since the 1990's" threatens to hurt business.
its level of financial depth is likely to impact the influence of industry financial composition on the export flow from Pakistan a country that exhibits less developed financial markets than the financial markets within its advanced and developed trading partners but has never itself faced a banking crisis.

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