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Call loan rate

Call Loan Rate

The interest rate at which brokers make loans to clients in order to finance margin accounts. The call loan rate may be changed on a daily basis, and the call loans themselves may be canceled on 24 hours' notice. See also: Broker loan rate.
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295, 3GB of 3G data and a call rate of 25 paise per minute for the same period.
Etisalat calls at 1 fil per second to 135 nations, Du offers lowest call rates to Pakistan
Etisalat recently cut call rates to 30 fils a minute to six countries -- Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka -- but charges a set-up fee of Dh1 per call.
Islamabad -- To facilitate millions of Pakistanis to connect with their relatives and friends living or travelling to different states, provinces and cities of USA, UK and Canada, Ufone has announced a ground breaking international call offer of 1 paisa per second which not only allows customers to remain in touch more often but be able to do so on the most affordable call rates in the country.
The QR100 International Minute Pack offers 100 call minutes, plus an additional 20 minutes as a special bonus from Qtel, providing an effective call rate of QR 0.83 to any international destination.
In addition Lebara Mobile has reduced its international mobile and landline call rates to a number of destinations around the world.
March 2001 -- The BOJ introduces a quantitative monetary easing policy, effectively guiding the overnight call rate close to zero.
An inflation rate of 0.5 percent, however, would leave the real overnight call rate negative.
Plunket's resistance to transfer calls about sick or symptomatic children to HealthLine, and a phone message that cut in after five seconds advising waiting callers to hang up and call back later, contributed to the high unanswered call rate. Since December 2005, PlunketLine has begun to address its high unanswered call rate.
In equation 7, C[S.sub.0m] is consumer benefit, [Q.sub.0m] is mobile call volume before competition is increased, [P.sub.m] is the mobile intersection figure, [P.sub.0m] is the current mobile call rate. If competition is increased in the LM market, equation 8 can be expressed as follows.
Under KDDI's new service called ''metal plus'' for home telephone users, intra-city call rates are set at 8 yen per three minutes, 0.5 yen cheaper than the NTT group firms, while rates for long-distance calls to anywhere in Japan are set at 15 yen per three minutes, compared with 20 yen to 80 yen offered by NTT Communications Corp.
where RATE, INFL, and YGAP are the (overnight) call rate, the inflation rate, and the output gap, respectively.