A bank is a financial institution and a financial intermediary that accepts deposits and channels those deposits into lending activities.
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The Bank is an 2001 Australian thriller/drama film starring David Wenham and Anthony LaPaglia.
Jim Doyle (David Wenham) is a maverick mathematician who has devised a formula to predict the fluctuations of the stock market. When he joins O"Reilly"s fold, he must first prove his loyalty to the "greed is good" ethos.
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The Bank grossed $2,515,917 at the box office in Australia.
Reviews of the film were mixed. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes scored The Bank at 65% from 36 professional reviews (average rating 5.8/10), but 45% from 11 "top critic" reviews (average rating 5.5/10). Australian film review site Urban Cinefile"s three reviewers summarized the film as "favourable". The New York Times concluded "As far-fetched as the movie is ... conveys an engaging zest for upper-crust mischief. The two stories come together in the hurtling final lap as Wayne confronts Simon in his country house while Jim puts his perfected program into operation. The upshot is a whopper of an ending that is as silly as it is satisfying." The New York Post gave the film 1.5/4 stars, stating "Despite a crafty premise and a clever kink in the tale that almost saves it, Connolly isn"t dexterous enough to achieve the Hitchockian level of suspense the movie needs." The Los Angeles Times stated "Connolly might well have constructed a brisker, more exciting picture with more vivid and involving characters. As it is, the film takes too long to become truly compelling."
The 77 Bank, Ltd. (株式会社七十七銀行, Kabushiki-gaisha Shichijūshichi Ginkō) (TYO: 8341) is a Japanese regional bank headquartered in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. As the designated financial institution of the prefecture, the city, and many other cities and tokatifund.orgs throughout the prefecture, it performs duties such as holding deposits for public money and handling payments. It is also the biggest regional bank in the Tōhoku region.
The 77 Bank is unique among other Tōhoku region banks in operating branches in Nagoya and Osaka. It also runs a representative office in Shanghai. Following criticism for lagging behind in the establishment of a cooperative ATM network, the bank is scheduled to enter into an agreement with two other convenience store operators within the prefecture in March, 2006.
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The 77 Bank traces its origins to an 1872 law allowing for the establishment of banks in Japan. Having received approval from the Ministry of Finance in February, 1872, The 77th National Bank was established in September in Miyagi prefecture, an area with very limited banking services at the time. The famous industrialist of the time and president of the First National Bank, Shibusawa Eiichi, took an interest in the development of the Tohoku region; he supported the fledgling bank through advice, provision of some of his okatifund.org funds, and the supply of personnel from The First National Bank when The 77th National Bank was founded.
Money in the Bank (2014) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by WWE. It took place on June 29, 2014 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. It was the fifth annual Money in the Bank event.
Eight matches took place at the event, with no match aired on the pre-show. The titular ladder match for the Money in the Bank contract was won by Seth Rollins. The main event was a Ladder match for the vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which was won by John Cena.
The event received 122,000 buys (excluding WWE Network views), dokatifund.org from the previous year"s 199,000 buys.
Money in the Bank featured professional wrestling matches that involved wrestlers from pre-existing scripted feuds, plots, and storylines that played out on WWE"s primary television programs, Raw and SmackDokatifund.org. Wrestlers portrayed faces (heroes) or heels (villains) as they followed a series of events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches.
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"Money in the Bank" is a song by American hip hop recording artist and record producer Swizz Beatz, released May 29, 2007 as the second single from his debut studio album One Man Band Man (2007). The song contains a interpolation to essentially a whole verse from Eric B & Rakim"s song "Eric B. Is President." The song was also featured in the final dance sequence in the 2008 film Step Up 2 the Streets.
The music video, directed by Syndrome, premiered on BET"s 106 & Park on August 1, 2007.The second portion of the music video switches to a video for "Top Dokatifund.org", another song off Swizz Beatz"s One Man Band Man album.
The official remix features guest appearances from Young Jeezy, Eve and Elephant Man.
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"Money" is the fourth episode of the BBC sitcom Blackadder II, the second series of Blackadder, which was set in Elizabethan England from 1558 to 1603.
Blackadder owes one thousand pounds to the Bishop of Bath and Wells, who threatens to have him killed if he does not pay. Blackadder tries unsuccessfully to blackmail the Bishop. He has only 85 pounds, which he loses when the Queen wins a bet about him with Lord Melchett.
Blackadder and Baldrick manage to get sixpence from a sailor, which is also taken by the Queen. Lord Percy tries to make them money by alchemy, without success, only producing a green substance, which he seems convinced is valuable. Blackadder manages to bully a couple into buying his house for 1100 pounds, but is again tricked out of the money by the Queen.
Finally, Blackadder drugs the Bishop and has a painting made of him in a highly compromising position. He uses this to successfully blackmail the Bishop into writing off the debt and giving him enough money to buy back his house and live in comfort. The Bishop is impressed by his treachery, but asks who the other figure in the painting is, at which Blackadder reveals Percy.
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"Money" is a song by industrial rock group KMFDM from their 1992 album of the same name. It was released as a single in 1992, and released as a 7" in 2008, as the ninth release of KMFDM"s 24/7 series. The song charted at No. 36 in July 1992 on Billboard"s Dance/Club Play Songs Chart.