File - QNB's Headquarters on Al Corniche in Doha, Qatar, May 5, 2013. (Wikipedia/Trinidade)
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Non-resident deposits made up 24 percent of deposits in the country's 18 lenders in April, according to the central bank. That compares with 1.2 percent in Saudi Arabia and 12 percent in the United Arab Emirates.Qatar's three-month interbank rate fell 8 basis points, or 4.22 percent, Monday, the most since July, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.Saudi Arabia's ratio was 87.4 percent, while it was 99.4 percent in the UAE, according to central bank data.The Qatari lender also owns 40 percent of Dubai-based Commercial Bank International PSC.Qatar's Commercial Bank QSC has a 40 percent holding in Sharjah's United Arab Bank PJSC and a 35 percent stake in National Bank of Oman SAOG.
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