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Fair point. But is that what drives deposit rates? I suspect that most financial institutions don't really need to attract retail deposits at present as QE has resulted in plenty of cheap wholesale money around.
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that is correct.
there are plenty of financial institutions who are keen to lend more (to the profile that they want to lend to) and would willingly lose some deposits/depositors.
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