IBD

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AcronymDefinition
IBDInvestors Business Daily
IBDInflammatory Bowel Disease
IBDInherited Bleeding Disorder
IBDIdentical by Descent (genes)
IBDIon Beam Deposition (semiconductor manufacturing)
IBDInternational Banking Division (various locations)
IBDIrritable Bowel Disease
IBDInverse Beta Decay (nuclear reaction)
IBDInfiniband Device Driver
IBDInfectious Bursal Disease
IBDInternational Business Development
IBDInvestment Banking Division
IBDInstitute for Biodiagnostics
IBDInstitute of Brewing & Distilling (formerly the Institute & Guild of Brewing; UK)
IBDInternational Business Directory (Ontario, Canada)
IBDInclusion Body Disease (viral disease of boid snakes)
IBDIbidem (Latin: In the Same Place)
IBDInternational Brand Design (Taiwan)
IBDIntegrated Building Design (process)
IBDIll Be Damned
IBDIncome before Depreciation
IBDIbadan, Nigeria
IBDIntermittent Blow Down (boilers)
IBDInterface Block Diagram
IBDInterest Bearing Debt (finance)
IBDIndigenous Business Development Program (Australia)
IBDIntegrated Base Defense
IBDInhabited Building Distance
IBDInternational Business Daily
IBDInterest Bearing Deposit
IBDImprovised Biological Device
IBDInvasive Bacterial Disease
IBDInsurance Broker/Dealer
IBDIncome-Based Deductible (health plans)
IBDIsraeli Battle Dressing
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Average total interest bearing deposits increased $25.6 million versus first quarter 2018 and increased $55.4 million versus second quarter 2017.
Non-interest bearing deposits grew by USD7.6m during the quarter, while interest bearing deposits increased by USD28.4m.
The cost of interest bearing deposits increased 8 basis points to 0.81% from the fourth quarter of 2017, driven by increased competition for deposits.
With the sustained rising interest rate environment, we've also been able to increase the average rate we pay depositors on interest bearing deposits by more than 50% over the past year.
The cost of interest bearing deposits increased 1 basis point to 0.73% from the third quarter of 2017.
Net interest income was lower by 0.9% due primarily to an increase in interest paid on deposits, as interest bearing deposits increased by $54,198,000, or 9.8%.
Deposits totalled USD4.26bn at September 30, 2015 and increased by USD81m, or 2 percent from USD4.18bn at June 30, 2015, reflecting a USD12m, or 2 percent increase in non-interest bearing deposits and a USD68m, or 2 percent increase in interest bearing deposits.
o Interest bearing deposits declined from by USD7.0 million from December 31, 2014 to USD188.3 million at September 30, 2015, as high priced certificates of deposit continued to run-off.
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