Figure 3 shows the margins on loans to companies with maturity less than one year and household overdrafts over wholesale deposits placed by private non-financial corporations with a maturity of less than a year (representing the cost of wholesale deposits).
What does PNFC stand for?
PNFC stands for Private Non-Financial Corporation (UK)
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We have 2 other meanings of PNFC in our Acronym Attic
- Profiling Natural Fluorescence (Biospherical Instruments Inc.)
- Programa Nacional de Fertilizantes (Portuguese: National Fertilizer Program; Brazil)
- Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
- Pacific Northwest Fenton Association
- Photonics and Nanostructures-Fundamentals and Applications (publication)
- Polish National Film Archive
- Popular Nightmare Folk Art (band, and from William Gibson's novel 'Virtual Light')
- Pre-Need Funeral Arrangement
- Progressive Non-Fluent Aphasia
- Paul Nichols Fine Coffee (UK)
- Public Non-Financial Company (Australia)
- Public Non-Financial Corporations
- Present Not for Duty
- Paging and Notification Functional Entity (mobile telephony)
- Parti National Français et Européen
- Parti Nationaliste Francais et Europeen (French: French and European Nationalist Party)
- Parti Nationaliste Français und Européen
- Philippines Nonformal Education
- Prototype Network Front End
- Pacific Northwest Farscape Fans (TV show fan club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The office for National Statistics reported that the net rate of return for private non-financial corporations in the UK touched a record high of 15.
According to financial and business advisers Grant Thornton, latest Office of National Statistics figures show that despite profitability levels remaining stable amongst private non-financial corporations in 2004, other parts of the economy delivered a more mixed set of results.
The net rate of return by private non-financial corporations in the first quarter of 2004 rose to 13.
Improved profitability levels amongst private non-financial corporations, recorded an average rate of return of 12.