draw interest

draw interest

 
1. to appear interesting and get (someone's) attention. (Note the variation in the examples.) This kind of event isn't likely to draw a lot of interest. What kind of show will draw public interest?
2. [for money] to earn interest while on deposit. Put your money in the bank so it will draw interest. The cash value of some insurance policies also draws interest.
See also: draw, interest
References in classic literature ?
If the Bourbons want to reign in peace, let them seek creditors in the towns and villages, and place their loans there; above all, they ought not to let foreigners draw interest away from France; some day an alien nation might ask us for the capital.
While some donkeys danced with their owners some draw interest with human-like costumes like tie, scarf, sunglasses and dress.
He added that after all that is said, they are priceless assets and continue to draw interest.
The proposed sale, which is reported to be for all 100% shares of Warid Telecom, is likely to draw interest from UAE incumbent Etisalat and from China Mobile, the report added, citing sources familiar with the matter.
According to the Sunday Times, Tyrrells is likely to draw interest from American food giant Kellogg's, the Japanese snacks firm Calbee and Tangerine, the Blackpool-based confectionery company that owns Butterkist popcorn.
com, said, 'The latter half of the year tends to draw interest toward sport utility, crossover and other large vehicles due to weather conditions and seasonality.
Lompar said Montenegro signed two agreements with Turkey on highways and civil aviation, and highway and airport construction could draw interest of Turkish businessmen.
In addition to being able to draw interest income generated by the principle, the athletic department also is able to take from the principle itself.
According to recent media reports, PAI would be seeking to sell its 50% stake in Yoplait and such a sale could draw interest from companies like Nestle, Arla Foods, or General Mills.
MIDDLESBROUGH has seen its latest tourist attraction draw interest from art enthusiasts and critics around the world.
The division, valued at 2 billion euros to 3 billion euros, may draw interest from private-equity firms including KKR & Co.
Abu Dhabi: The continuing threat of piracy around the Horn of Africa has helped draw interest to Abu Dhabi Ship Building's (ADSB) stand at the Middle East Workboats Exhibition.
With just the land as collateral, this is a loan that would not draw interest from many lenders," said Jeffrey Wolfer, Kennedy CEO.
His axing is sure to draw interest from clubs looking for a short-term loan deal.
His interest in politics comes largely from his father, Baliaba Aboya Casimir, who worked to draw interest and new members to one of the country's political parties.