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Bank Characteristics from http:// www.bank.gov.ua
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ROEt: before tax profit over equity
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MARGINt: interest revenues minus interest expenses over total assets
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LOANSt: total loans over total assets
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SIZEt: log of total assets
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DEP OSIT St: all short term and long term deposits over total assets
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OV ERHEADt: personnel expenses and administrative expenses over total assets
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LIQUIDIT Yt: cash and equivalents over total assets
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CAP RAT IOt: equity over total assets
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Deputy Characteristics from http:// www.deputat.org.ua
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SHAREi: number of parliamentary sessions attended over total number of parliamentary sessions 22 2003q32004q12004q32005q12005q3
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AssetsLoans Figure 1:Share of top ten Ukranian banks. 23 2000200120022003200420052006
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Bank Assets to GDP ratioInterest rate, per cent Figure 2:Dynamics of bank assets to GDP ratio and interest rate on credit in domestic currency. 2002m12003m12004m12005m12006m12007m1
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Real GDPReal retail sales Figure 3:Ukranian real GDP and retail sales. 24 2003q22003q42004q22004q42005q2
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Date Non−affiliated banksAffiliated banks Figure 4:Dynamics of Margin for affiliated and non-affiliated banks. 2003q22003q42004q22004q42005q2
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Date Non−affiliated banksAffiliated banks Figure 5:Dynamics of Capratio for affiliated and non-affiliated banks. 25
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