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Why banks have a future

Raghuram Rajan

Why banks have a future

an economic rationale

by Raghuram Rajan

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Published by Banca d"Italia in Roma .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banks and banking.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Raghuram G. Rajan.
    SeriesTemi di discussione del Servizio studi -- n. 280, Temi di discussione -- 280.
    ContributionsBanca d"Italia.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p. ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22254482M

      Why could be the year of the big bank merger. the S&P banks are currently trading at x book value, the latest measure in a year trend of rising valuations. The future of Author: Reporter. However, larger investment banks, such as JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America, have banks in the commercial sector as well. Banks offer a safe place where people can store their money, explains Investopedia, so people don't have to carry excessive amounts of cash. Consumers also use banks to issue wire transfers.

      Government deposits at banks have grown 46 percent from May to billion riyals ($83 billion) as of April The share of foreign deposits declined to percent in April. At a time when customers are rapidly switching to digital banking, scores of branches are closing. But many institutions — mindful that brick-and-mortar locations remain a critical sales channel — are also experimenting with physical layouts that are focused on technology and generally smaller than traditional branches. In some cases, they have even done away with : Kevin Wack.

      Author Iain M. Banks, whose "Culture" novels have made him one of science fiction's leading lights, has created a utopian universe where altruistic . The banks have also lagged the recovery in the broader market over the last 4 weeks, underperforming the broader market by a further per cent since the low on 23 March. This is despite the risk of a liquidity crisis having diminished as a result of the co-ordinated monetary policy response announced by the major central banks around the world.


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