Functioning of Capital Markets
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development., 1968 - Capital - 731 pages
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LIQUIDITY PREFERENCES AND INTEREST RATE
THE INSTITUTIONAL MIX AS AN INFLUENCE
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amount average banking system Belgian Belgium billion francs bond issues bond market bons de caisse borrowing capital market commercial banks contractual corporate bonds costs debentures debt demand deposit accounts economic enterprises Epargne equity Federal financial institutions financial intermediaries financial market flow of funds foreign Germany Government bonds Government securities households important income increase individuals industrial institutional investors insurance companies insurance funds insurance institutions interest rates investment trusts issuers kronor lending liabilities liquidity loan associations long-term loans mainly mathematical reserves medium and long-term ment monetary mortgage banks mortgage loans National Netherlands non-financial Office outstanding pension funds percentage period portfolios Postal private insurance private savings banks private sector public authorities public credit institutions public sector purchases savers savings deposits security markets share issues share market short-term sight deposits social insurance special credit institutes Stock Exchange Trustee Savings Banks United Kingdom yields