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Crecimiento Sostenible De Las Entidades De Crédito Españolas (1995-2000) /

  • Marbella Sánchez, F.

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    (Universidad de León (España))

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    El objetivo del artículo es determinar las tasas de crecimiento sostenible de tres colectivos: bancos, cajas de ahorros y cooperativas de crédito, analizar las bases en que se sustentan y las actuaciones para mejorarlas. Los datos utilizados proceden de los boletines económicos del Banco de España. Los resultados del trabajo muestran que las tasas de crecimiento sostenible de las cajas de ahorro y las cooperativas de crédito son cercanas entre si y superiores a las de los bancos. Tal diferencia de tasas se explica básicamente por la distinta política de retención de beneficios seguida en cada colectivo. / The aim of this paper is to determine the sustainable growth rates of three groups: banks, savings banks and credit cooperatives, as well as to analyze the bases these rates hold up and the actions to improve the detected positions. The data used originate in the economic bulletins of the Bank of Spain. The results of the work show that the sustainable growth rates of the saving banks and the credit cooperatives are quantitatively close each other and higher than the ones of the banks. Such different of rates is explained basically because of the different politics of profit retention followed by each group.

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    Volume (Year): 12 (2006)
    Issue (Month): 3 ()
    Pages: 229-241

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