Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A loan of money repayable on demand.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Japan's yen strengthened against its rivals after the Bank of Japan voted unanimously overnight to leave its unsecured overnight call-loan rate unchanged at 0.1%.

    Greece Concerns Push Euro Lower

  • The bank's board voted unanimously Tuesday to leave the unsecured overnight call-loan rate unchanged at 0.50%, where it has been since February 2007.

    Bank of Japan Reaffirms

  • Railroad failed to pay a call-loan of one million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars; and the Union Trust Company, allied to the

    The Financier

  • The Lake Shore Railroad failed to pay a call-loan of one million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars; and the Union Trust Company, allied to the Vanderbilt interests, closed its doors after withstanding

    The Financier, a novel

  • To pay off their call-loan borrowing, the discount houses would be forced "into the Bank," forced to discount their portfolios at Bank Rate, a full 2 percent above the call-money rate.

    Signs of the Times

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