Amateur Photographer, 17 December 2011 by Damien Demolder

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Lending Rates for Various Types of Loans (nominal annual percent) Overdrafts Average Unsecured Mortgage Secured Consumer Lending Credit Loans Loans Credit Rate Dollars Pesos Dollars Pesos Dollars Pesos Dollars Pesos Dollars Pesos Jun. 1993 Sep. 1993 Dec. 1993 Mar. 1994 Jun. 1994 Sep. 1994 Dec. 1994 Mar. 1995 Jun. 1995 Sep. 1995 Dec. 1995 Mar. 1996 Jun. 0 16. 7 percentage points, far above that observed for dollar-denominated credit. Each of the several types of loans follows the same pattern. The scattering of rates is greater for loans showing rates that are higher than average, however.

1981. " Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 16 (November): 581-602. W. and Sharpe, I. G. 1985. " Journal of Banking and Finance. 9 (1): 115-36. C. 1992. Valuing Financial Institutions. Homewood, Illinois: Business One Irwin. , editor. 1997. Safe and Sound Financial Systems: What Works for Latin America. Washington DC: Inter-American Development Bank/John Hopkins University Press. Copyright © by the Inter-American Development Bank. All rights reserved. org/pub 36 37 Stock, J. and Watson, M.

Thus, the marginal cost of product i is constant and equals the average 12 Borrowing rates as a function of type of deposit vary considerably, and a more exhaustive study would take this variability into account. However, as most spread is explained by variability in lending rates, the analysis here concentrates on this rate. 13 Legal reserve coefficients in Argentina are very high but are remunerated at close to borrowing rates. Banks maintain cash reserves (about 5 percent of all deposits) on a strictly voluntary basis.

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