call loan


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call loan

n.
A loan repayable on demand at any time, especially one used by brokers to finance securities purchases.
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call loan

n
(Banking & Finance) a loan that is repayable on demand. Also called: demand loan Compare time loan
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call′ loan`


n.
a loan repayable on demand.
[1850–55]
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Noun1.call loan - a loan that is repayable on demand
loan - the temporary provision of money (usually at interest)
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References in classic literature ?
The deposits average more than one hundred millions a day; and it dominates the call loan market on Wall Street and the stock market.
After the 150 bps increase to its overnight RRP rate, bank lending rates, as well as overnight IBCL (interbank call loan) and the 91-day Treasury Bill rates increased more than 100 percent.
Sanders decided to add a new core competency to his business--something he would eventually call loan modification.
The board members also decided on Friday to keep the unsecured overnight call loan rate at a range of zero percent to 0.
The Bank of Japan has decided to keep its policy rate, the unsecured overnight call loan rate, within a 0.0 percent to 0.1 percent range.
In addition, the New York purchase could be financed in the call loan market, with ultimate payment made by gold shipment.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) has said that it has decided to keep its unsecured overnight call loan rate target unchanged in a range of 0.0 percent to 0.1 percent.
"We are not what you call loan to own guys," Hornik said.
The interest rate on an unsecured call loan from Friday through Monday soared to 1 percent on the Tokyo interbank money market Wednesday, against the Bank of Japan's target of 0.5 percent for the uncollateralized overnight call loan rate.
NYC Banker: We invest a lot of it in the call loan market.
Abstract: The call loan market in New York City played a central role in funding the expansion of economic growth and capital investment in the United States in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
For example, the call loan rate soared to 21 percent during October 1907 [Macaulay, Movements of Interest Rates, Bond Yields and Stock Prices in the U.S.