The paper reviews the commercial banking sector’s development during the booming years before the current global crisis in Southeast Europe. Based on the analysis of a comprehensive dataset, a common, simplified economic model could be outlined for this period, where GDP growth has been fuelled by rapid credit growth. The latter was boosted both by foreign funding and swift deposit growth volumes. Nevertheless, beside the favourable catch-up process, the level of external imbalances, credit growth and currency mismatches raised sustainability concerns and the risk of overheating.
Authors:Agnieszka Słomka-Gołębiowska and Piotr Urbanek
dealing with this issue. Studies before the financial crisis do not treat institutions operating in the bankingsector in any particular way. The theoretical basis of most research is the agency problem and the need for the construction of incentive
Authors:József Varga, Gyöngyi Bánkuti, and Rita Kovács-Szamosi
in terms of the collected fund amount and asset size, furthermore the third in gold bankingsector which means that its trading in gold reaches 20 tons per year. Turkiye Bank has the longest tradition among Turkish banks, it was founded in 1924. In
The article looks into the issue of the integration of loanwords appertaining to the financial lexis of the Russian language. Due to an overwhelming number of borrowings in the professional vocabulary of bank workers, the prevalence of anglicisms over Russian words in their written and verbal speech cannot go unnoticed. However, given a generally low level of bank workers’ English language competence, this situation leads to peculiar, nonstandard adaptation of anglicisms at all language levels. Accordingly, the article presents the possible ways anglicisms integrate into the Russian language, and examines the native speakers’ attitude to borrowed words and their preferences in using anglicisms. Furthermore, the authors have identified the main reasons why the speakers frequently resort to anglicisms and the degree of semantic awareness behind their choice. The most commonly-used borrowed terms have also been singled out.
slowly that is why GDP is the first in the order. Inflation reacts quicker but still not as fast as financial variables, the bankingsectors' reaction is fairly quick, while the financial markets react instantly. (3) [ 1 0 0 0 a 21 1 0 0 a 31 a 32 1 0 a
The Japanese economy has continued to grow, albeit at a low rate, through the drastic changes in the Japanese economic system. The global crisis has seriously affected the Japanese economy, despite it causing only slight damage to the banking sector. The current global economic crisis will have far-reaching consequences on the economic system and structure. In this study, the economic characteristics following the bubble economy and the sustainability of the Japanese economic system are examined.