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  • n. Plural form of loan.

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  • It was stipulated first, that more than six per cent. interest in gold should not be paid on the bonds issued, nor more than seven and three-tenths interest in currency should be paid on the notes issued; and _second, all the loans provided by this act were short loans_, redeemable within a short period of time at the pleasure of the United States.

    Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet An Autobiography.

  • Total nonaccrual loans increased 17. 0% (q-o-q) to $24.4 billion or 3. 34% of total loans* at the end of 4Q09 from $20.9 billion (2. 8% of total loans*) at the end of 3Q09.

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  • * Refers to loans to the public or deposits if deposits > lending 1,0 Cost/Total loans*, % Danske Bank Handelsbanken F√∂reningsSparbanken DnB Nor 2,0

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  • That is especially important for small, community banks that sell the SBA-guaranteed portion of their term loans and are unwilling to keep 100 percent of CAPLines in their portfolio.

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  • The proceeds of the term loans and a portion of the proceeds of the Notes were used to repay borrowings under Crown Media's existing credit agreement with its affiliate, H C Crown, LLC "HCC", a subsidiary of Hallmark Cards, Inc., and the remaining proceeds of the Notes were used to redeem all of Crown Media's outstanding Series A Preferred Stock, all of which was held by HCC.

  • Proceeds from the term loans were used to repay $100 million of the existing unsecured term loan scheduled to mature in 2013, approximately $31 million of various secured loans having a weighted average interest rate of 7.25%, amounts drawn on the Company's unsecured revolving line of credit and for general corporate purposes.

  • "The term loans do not amortize, which means there's no requirement to pay down these term loans over time," said S&P's Altberg.

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  • Repayment of principal on the term loans used $79k.

  • About $1.2 billion of the proceeds from the term loans will be used to refinance International Specialty's existing debt, according to a June 1 report by rating company Moody's Investors Service.

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  • We used the net proceeds from the term loans and the offering of the Notes to finance a portion of the acquisition and related fees and expenses.

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