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Public credit
Public credit This article or section does not cite ... Alexander Hamilton’s plan implemented ideas of public credit, a national bank, and tariffs and manufactures ... the federal government. Hamilton’s Report on Public Credit supported ideas of war debt assumption, redemption ... prosperity. Jeffersonians thought that, because the public credit system was focused on the wealthy class ... his proposals for the fiscal system (Public Credit, Manufactures, Tariffs, and the National Bank) ...
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Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse The Credit Suisse Group is a financial services company ... Swiss bank, behind longtime rival UBS AG. Credit Suisse was founded in 1856 under the name Schweizerische Kreditanstalt (SKA, Swiss Credit Institution). The company provides conventional banking services ... also offers investment banking services through its Credit Suisse First Boston Group subsidiary, a ...
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Crédit Lyonnais
Crédit Lyonnais Crédit Lyonnais is a French bank. It was, at one point, the largest French bank, and it was state-owned. It has been the subject of various financial scandals, which almost led to its bankruptcy in 1993. History Founded in 1863 in Lyon by Henri Germain , Crédit Lyonnais was ...
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Revolving credit
Revolving credit Revolving credit is a type of credit that does not have a fixed number of payments, in contrast to installment credit. Typical characteristics The borrower may use or ... withdraw funds up to a pre-approved credit limit. The amount of available credit ...
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Crédit Agricole
... but less the urban ones, while the Credit Lyonnais has a good presence in the ...
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Credit insurance
Credit insurance Credit Insurance is an insurance policy associated with a specific loan or line of credit which pays back some or all of ... any premium at all). The sale of credit insurance is controversial because it is almost ... always cheaper for an individual to forgo credit insurance, and instead have a term ...
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Credit risk
Credit risk Credit risk is the risk of loss due ... the risk of loss due to some "credit event". Traditionally this applied to bonds where ... payment (coupon or principal). For that reason, credit risk is sometimes also called default risk ... In business, almost all companies carry some credit risk, because most companies do not ...
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Tax credit
Tax credit Within the Australian , Canadian, United Kingdom, and United States tax systems, a tax credit is an item which is treated as ... tax credits include the earned income tax credit and the additional child tax credit in the US, and the working tax ... UK. A non-refundable or wastable tax credit cannot reduce the tax owed below ...
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Credit derivative
Credit derivative A credit derivative is a contract (derivative) to transfer ... risk of the total return on a credit asset falling below an agreed level, without ... usually achieved by transferring risk on a credit reference asset. Early forms of credit derivative were financial guarantees. Some common ...
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Credit union
Credit union A credit union is a not-for-profit co ... membership itself. Only a member of a credit union may deposit money with the credit union, or borrow money from it. A credit union differs from a traditional financial ...
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