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Ebensowenig nimmt die Kommission Einfluss auf die Vertragsbeziehungen zwischen Banken und ihren Kunden.
Compared with the very low base rate, the rates of interest charged on overdrafts are thus still relatively high. Does the Commission have access to data concerning the extent to which interest rates on overdrafts in individual Member States have tracked the base rate since ? Is the Commission taking specific action to protect consumers from high overdraft rates? If so, what kind of action is it taking? If not, why not, and are there plans for any future action of this type? The European Central Bank and Eurostat make data available on their websites regarding overdrafts and revolving loans per Member State.
The Commission however does not intervene in the way banks decide to pass on or not to their clients the changes in base rate decided by ECB. The Commission does not intervene in the contractual relations between banks and customers. However, in order to improve the transparency on bank fees, the Commission recently adopted a proposal on the comparability of fees, payment account switching and access to payment accounts. This new proposal aims at improving the transparency of bank fees by giving clearer and partly standardised information regarding the bank services and the corresponding fees, including charges for overdrafts.
Thanks to more transparent information, the consumers will be able to get a better understanding of the different bank services and fees, to compare the different offers available and consequently to choose the most suitable offer on the market. Then, becoming client of a bank, the customer will receive detailed information regarding the actual fees charged at least annually.
In addition, this proposal foresees that the switching service will be improved for consumers through a quick and reliable process. As a consequence, consumers will be able to switch bank accounts more easily and take profit of better offers in the market. The competition between banks will therefore be strengthened with potential impact on fees. The media have been reporting an increase in agricultural commodity futures trading over the last few years.
While a number of banks have announced their intention of ceasing food speculation, certain of the larger ones are continuing to engage in this practice, which, according to critics, is driving up food prices and having a direct impact on the starving populations of developing countries. Does the Commission have information indicating which EU financial institutions engage in food speculation and to what extent?
Does the Commission agree with critics that such activities are causing large-scale starvation in developing countries?
Ensuring that the financialisation of commodity markets supports and does not undermine access to commodities and raw materials or destabilise the European economy or the economies of developing countries is therefore a key policy concern at European level and international level. There is a lack of information about who could be engaged in food speculation.
If not, will the Commission take such an initiative? He lets us leave early or come in late when we have to take care of our children. Subject: Toyota announces potential problem with vehicles. Pero tengan un poco de paciencia. Wall Street Journal.
These proposals are currently under negotiation in the European Parliament and the Council. Januar zur Anwendung gelangt. According to reports in the media, a committee of the Bank for International Settlements BIS has come to the conclusion that banks should inform investors more carefully about the security of their loans. This would make it easier to assess risk.