savings and loan

NOUN
  1. a thrift institution that is required by law to make a certain percentage of its loans as home mortgages
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How To Use savings and loan In A Sentence

  • In 1984 our two-man junk bond department spoke at a Salomon Brothers seminar for several hundred savings and loan managers.
  • Credit unions are community savings and loan co-operatives where members can save small or large amounts or borrow from the fund.
  • Their case helped to trigger off a savings and loan crisis in Maryland in 1985.
  • Having the continental federal savings and loan to start the sailors of a ammount is a troubled landscaping twice when brushing into. Wii-volution
  • Readers who doubt this scenario might consider what happened when the savings and loans were deregulated during the eighties.
  • But the most dramatic by far of the failures of deregulation involved the savings and loans.
  • He was sued for his role in the collapse of Southwest Savings and Loan.
  • The salesmen spoke with institutional investors such as pension funds, insurance companies, and savings and loans.
  • The Resolution Trust Corporation was created to do this during the savings and loan crisis.
  • Just a thought about the FDIC and your bank account: There used to be something called the FSLIC, which got depleted when the Savings and Loans were deregulated andwent belly-upon risky investments in the 1980s. Depression Enters Phase Two
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