Prepositions after "lend"

lend to, by, for, in or at?

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In 62% of cases lend to is used

Co-trustees may not lend to one of themselves 54.

Bank lending to Australia's agricultural sector grew 7.

A strong dance background lends to Shiva's truly unique style of teaching.

They were more than happy to lend to citizens, governments and firms in PIIGS countries.

They had bet the house on borrowing in the international markets to lend to Irish property.

It remains to be seen whether investors remain ready to continue lending to these countries.

Also, banks would have to consult credit rating agencies such as Experian to score a business before lending to it.

Remember: lending to very small businesses is risky; and individuals can quite easily walk away from debt these days.

In certain capacity I own some stakes in the company, the directors are somewhat ' stewards ' of the money lent to them.

Implicitly there is insufficient demand for mortgages and for business lending to the huge family of Coop businesses.

In 6% of cases lend by is used

They lend by creating deposits out of nothing.

Borrowing or lending by Government of Ascension 179.

We last saw real terms lending by the banks go negative in the mid 1970s -- not a happy precedent.

In 6% of cases lend for is used

Lending for regional cooperation and integration will rise as well during this period from $1.

Both Secretariat and Foundation were accommodated at Marlborough House, gra-ciously lent for Common-wealth purposes by Her Maj-esty the Queen.

It's tempting to call the turn in the mortgage market at this point, and there is certainly concrete evidence that lending for house purchase is increasing.

In 6% of cases lend in is used

He learned all he could about how money got borrowed and lent in America.

Secondly, banks are finding it difficult to lend in the markets because of various issues.

The banks are very clever and they look at lending in a way that is both strategic and profitable.

The concern is that if we do not re-start lending in this country, our recovery will be choked off before it even begins.

But there are still constraints affecting the lending industry's capacity to fund increased lending, as well as less consumer motivation to remortgage for the time being.

Where is the evidence of this blazer? You will find that the BNZ's issues post the 1989 rights issue were from lending in Australia, and your conspiracy theory is just that.

They gave very little loans to agriculture and industrial development (255) as they were averse to long term lending in Kenya where land security, which was the only collateral, was not assured.

In 5% of cases lend at is used

They were lending at rates as high as 8 to 12%.

Lending at the IMF increased 10 times under DSK.

Strategy A) the bank plays nice like the government says and lends at a pathetically low rate to a viable but cash starved business.

We may learn from STANIAN, that the canton of BERNE had 300,000 pounds lent at interest, and had above six times as much in their treasury.

In 3% of cases lend on is used

No one was forced to lend on these subprime loans by any governmental agency.

In any event, whoever is in charge it is going to stay ugly in the US until banks are only able to lend on commercial criteria and, priority number 1, get rid of no recourse loans.

In 2% of cases lend against is used

Be a shame though to see rock bottom prices but no lender willing to lend against such poor security.

In 1% of cases lend along is used

The banks in their lending operations are most concerned about the safe return of the principal lent along with the stipulated interest.

In 1% of cases lend from is used

Lastly, as you say banks don't lend from deopists they merely create a new deposit from nothing.

In 1% of cases lend with is used

These banks would match the savings of depositors who want to lend with people who want to borrow.

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