nondemand

nondemand

(ˌnɒndɪˈmɑːnd)
n
the property of not being demanded
adj
not involving demand
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0.01 demand loans Maturity of line Share of for nondemand nonbank-quarter loans (days) pairs with a credit line with 10th percentile 362 One bank 0.76 Median 365 Two banks 0.16 90th percentile 1,820 Three or more banks 0.09 Share past due 0.00 Share with an 0.77 interest rate tied to LIBOR Interest rate for utilized lines (percent) 10th percentile 1.45 Median 2.73 90th percentile 3.65 Share with a guarantee 0.41 Share with additional collateral types Cash or marketable 0.09 securities Blanket liens 0.13 Other types 0.49 No other security 0.29 No.
Either way, this identification approach works because it looks to the unexplained, nondemand driven variation in the instrument over which the Federal Reserve has direct control--the monetary base.
Note in Table 1 over 44 percent of the turn-ins were nondemand counters at the CRF.
Moreover, the FDIC temporarily increased the deposit insurance limit from $100,000 to $250,000 on all nondemand deposits and provided unlimited insurance on noninterest-bearing demand deposits (which are primarily business deposits).
After an $800,000 repayment in 2002, the taxpayer forgave the original note in December 2002 in exchange for a new nondemand promissory note for $4 million with interest at the short-term applicable federal rate, maturing at the end of 2005, and with required monthly payments of $5,000.
As Schrader's financial position grew worse, Dagres forgave the original loan in exchange for a new, nondemand promissory note for $4 million with 1.84% interest.
This can be particularly helpful when coupled with nondemand sensual touch exercises to enhance experiences of intimacy and communication.
It's got nothing to do with sales." That's especially true with insurance agents who have the difficult task of selling intangible, nondemand products.
But by 2016, the economy had returned to full employment, so the disappointing level of output at that point reflected nondemand factors.