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  • 金融英语听说(教师用书)[平装]
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  • 作者:汤新煌(作者),等(作者),陈建辉(编者)
  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第1版(2011年2月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787513506243

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    《金融英语听说(教师用书)》:高等学校英语拓展系列教程

    目录

    Banks and Banking Organizations
    Warm-up
    Short Dialogs
    Long Conversations
    Bank of China
    Foreign Banks in China
    Lecture&News Report
    Banks in China
    News on the HSBC Bank
    Research&Presentation
    Technical Terms

    Deposit Services
    Warm-up
    Short Dialogs
    Long Conversations
    Personal Deposit Services
    Depositing Money
    Lectures
    Types of Bank Accounts
    Money Creation
    Research&Presentation
    Technical Terms

    Lending Business
    Warm-up
    Short Dialogs
    LOng Conversations
    Applying for an Auto Loan
    Personal Consumer Durables Loans
    Lecture&News Report
    Lending Business
    News on the Citigroup
    Research&Presentation
    Technical Terms

    Financial Statements
    Warm-up
    Short Dialogs
    Long Conversations
    Entries of Financial Statements
    Statements of Cash Flows
    Lectures
    Accounts and Entries
    Chan of Accounts
    Research&Presentation
    Technical Terms

    Financial Instruments
    International Settlement
    Foreign Exchange iDealings
    Insurance and Securities
    Bibliography

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    First, current accounts. The balance of a Current account is repayable on demand and theaccount holder has the right to draw checks.A customer may be granted an overdraft, that is to say, he may be permitted to draw checks upto an agreed figure beyond the balance of his current account. If a customer overdraws his currentaccount without the bank's permission, he may thereby commit an offence under the Bank Act. The bank charges interest on a day-to-day basis on overdrafts on current accounts. The rateof interest is a matter for agreement, but is very frequently between 1% and 5% above the bank'sbase rate. The bank usually charges commission for services rendered, whether the account is incredit or overdrawn. Commission is normally debited half-yearly or quarterly.The bank supplies customers with periodical loose-leaf statements setting out the debit andcredit entries in their accounts.