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ceiling

Vox populi A maximum, upper limit. See Glass ceiling, Nondisclosure ceiling.
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The rate cap has caused banks to shy away from lending to perceived riskier sectors as it has limited their ability to price correctly for risk.
Despite the success of the micro-loan industry, the main banking sector continues to feel the pressure of the rate cap. However, the government faces an uphill task in repealing Section 33B, with some members in the ruling Jubilee Party reluctant to see the law changed.
A major reason is the constraining lending rate cap, which has inadvertently led to a greater shift by banks towards government securities, and a further crowding out of the private sector.
Kenya's Parliament may well opt to keep the interest rate cap in place in order to maintain access to cheap credit.
Large issuers in particular will see an $8.3 billion annual revenue shortfall from the rate cap. It is worthwhile to note that the top 50 U.S.
Soon after the Beatty revelation, Speaker of the House Jon Husted, a Republican, signaled his support for an interest rate cap. Later, the governor went on record in support of a 36 percent rate cap.
In a sales situation, however, problems can occur if the broker creates an expectation in the client that the renewal rate cap is directly linked to the index performance.
Noble Systems, a leader in contact center technology solutions since 1985, recognizes the importance of the new FTC regulations for DNC lists, abandonment rate caps, ANI broadcasting, call recording, and calling hour restrictions.
Some pipelines, particularly Great Lakes and Kinder Morgan, challenged the order arguing that FEP, C's decision to maintain rate caps on, their short-term capacity was discriminatory and arbitrary and capricious.
Since not all districts were initially subject to the rate cap, an analysis of the differences between the constrained and unconstrained school districts will facilitate a determination of the effectiveness of the rate cap.
In addition, the amount allowed as a deduction for interest paid or accrued on debt with respect to policies covering key persons is subject to an interest rate cap.