THE EFFECT OF SOME BANK INDICATORS UPON THE GDP, THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN BULGARIA

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Keywords
banks, regression analysis, bank indicators, macroeconomic variables, Bulgaria.

Abstract
The article presents the findings of a research into the effect that loans to non-financial corporations, household deposits and interest rates on new business loans in Bulgarian currency to non-financial corporations have upon the GDP, the unemployment rate and foreign direct investment in Bulgaria. The research employs regression analysis and provides a review of related literature about the impact of bank loans, bank deposits, interest rates on bank loans and deposits, as well as other bank indicators upon economic growth, employment and investment.

JEL: G210.
Pages: 23

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