Coping with Falling Oil Prices: The Different Fortunes of African Banks
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KeywordsBank credit; Commodity price shocks; Oil prices; Oil revenues; Oil exporting countries; Oil price; non-performing loans; credit growth; deposit growth; bank ownership; bank characteristics; domestic banks; foreign-owned banks; Pan-African banks; sub-Saharan Africa.; foreign-owned bank; domestic bank; oil price decline; oil price shock; NPL;
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