Banks or The Banks may refer to:
- Bank, a financial institution
Other articles related to "banks, bank":
... The monetary authority exerts regulatory control over banks ... Monetary policy can be implemented by changing the proportion of total assets that banks must hold in reserve with the central bank ... Banks only maintain a small portion of their assets as cash available for immediate withdrawal the rest is invested in illiquid assets like mortgages and loans ...
... Banks ascended the Red River with the goal of defeating the rebel forces in Louisiana and capturing Shreveport ... followed the road inland toward Mansfield, where Banks knew his opponent was concentrating ... The morning of April 8 found Banks' army stretched out along a single road through the woods between Natchitoches and Mansfield ...
... Although the bank has existed under its current name since 1945, it is a continuation of two previous central banks of Poland, both named simply Bank of Poland (Bank Polski) ... off credits issued by foreign companies and banks ... returned to Poland's new communist authorities, while the former Bank of Poland itself was closed down and finally in 1952 absorbed by the newly-created National Bank of Poland ...
... Overseas Chinese banks excelled in commerce, finance, and many other industries ... They created many banks originally to remit money back to China but now they cater to the people of their adopted countries ... These overseas Chinese banks contributed to a large extent to the development of the countries and communities in which they were located ...
... to overdraft fees is the order in which a bank posts transactions to a customer's account ... for payment to the account on the same day, and the bank processes the largest transaction first, multiple overdrafts can result ... banks ...
Famous quotes containing the word banks:
“For the wrong that needs resistance,
For the future in the distance,
And the good that I can do.”
—George Linnaeus Banks (18211881)
“Power, in Cases world, meant corporate power. The zaibatsus, the multinationals ..., had ... attained a kind of immortality. You couldnt kill a zaibatsu by assassinating a dozen key executives; there were others waiting to step up the ladder; assume the vacated position, access the vast banks of corporate memory.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)
“The wide wonder of Broadway is disconsolate in the daytime; but gaudily glorious at night, with a milling crowd filling sidewalk and roadway, silent, going up, going down, between upstanding banks of brilliant lights, each building braided and embossed with glowing, many-coloured bulbs of man-rayed luminance. A glowing valley of the shadow of life. The strolling crowd went slowly by through the kinematically divine thoroughfare of New York.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)