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Interest Bearing

1. See: Interest bearing deposit.

2. See: Interest bearing debt.
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6 million increases in interest expense for the three- and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2006, respectively, reflected both the growth in our interest-bearing liabilities and increases in prevailing interest rates.
Through these measures, the report said, Kokusai Motorcars hopes to lower its interest-bearing debt from roughly 200 billion yen to about 40 billion yen in a year and post a net profit in fiscal 2005 with projected sales of about 45 billion yen.
said Wednesday it has signed a contract to sell its headquarters building in Tokyo's Shinagawa Ward for 65 billion yen to a real estate investment trust to help reduce its interest-bearing debts.
CONSUMERS keen to consolidate higher interest-bearing debts on a new lower long-term rate can apply online for a new MBNA credit card.
Under the new Dodd-Frank rule, all interest-bearing transactions accounts are no longer eligible for unlimited deposit insurance coverage.
Karns signed an interest-bearing note requiring repayment of the advance over six years.
After peaking in 1991 at 39 trillion yen in returns from 600 trillion yen in interest-bearing financial assets (mostly bank deposits), households' interest income has nose-dived to less than 5 trillion yen from 860 trillion yen in interest-bearing assets.
Nissho Iwai's interest-bearing debt stands at over 21 times more than its equity capital; Nichimen's is over 11 times.
LibertyBank, benefiting from growth in loans, money drawn to interest-bearing checking accounts and business from a subsidiary, reported a 57 percent jump in third-quarter profits.
Today, by simply using interest-bearing savings accounts, she has managed to grow her personal contributions, and those of others, into a fund that pays the tuition, room, and board for 19 of the original 23 first-grade students she offered to help attend college.
With standard currency, there is always incentive to chop down non-interest bearing trees and put the proceeds into interest-bearing bank accounts.

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