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Questions related to the history of financial institutions accepting deposits from the public, creating credit, and often including lending activities.

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this from a publication by the state of Indiana in 1836: Many banking institutions in other states, where such restrictions do not exist, allow a small interest on deposits on which business … is far from universal, it was available from banks in New York city by 1836. There is mention of interest on deposits in some entries on Roman banking practices, but I haven't found any sources …
answered Jan 29 '17 by justCal