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These forms of corporate control by financial conglomerates are distinct in their incentives and costs and therefore can have distinct effects on non-financial corporations.
Bank Leumi has to sell the stake following a directive from Bank of Israel, which said that the permissible exposure of a bank to a non-financial corporation would be reduced from 15 percent of its total capital to 5 percent of its tier 1 capital.
Non-financial corporations: financial assets and external financing clearly on the rise The acquisition of financial assets by non-financial corporations totalled around EUR40 billion during the reporting period, perceptibly higher than a quarter earlier (EUR12 billion).
3 billion while those of non-financial corporations rose 5 per cent to e1/426 billion, the Central Bank said.
In Japan's [yen]500 trillion economy, this 20 percent drop represents a [yen]100 trillion shift in income from households (savers) to borrowers such as non-financial corporations and the government.
4 percent, stable on the month, while loans to non-financial corporations increased by a modest 1.
Import-weighted 44 90 3/4 (90 1/4) countries) Oil price, USD per barrel (level) 64 (79) Three-month money market rate, NIBOR (level) 3 (2 1/2) 4 3/4 (4 1/2) House prices 6 (7 3/4) Credit to households 2) 6 1/4 (6 3/4) Credit to non-financial corporations 2) 2 1/4 (2 1/2) Bank 3) losses and profits Problem loans households 4) (percentage share 1.
Companies have also been paying off debt, with private non-financial corporations paying back pounds 8.