credit squeeze


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credit squeeze

n
(Economics) the control of credit facilities as an instrument of economic policy, associated with restrictions on bank loans and overdrafts, raised interest rates, etc
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credit squeeze

nlimitazione f dei crediti, stretta creditizia
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Bank governor Mark Carney pledged on Friday to pump at least PS250bn into money markets, if needed, to prevent a credit squeeze.
China experienced a credit squeeze last month after China's central bank allowed short-term borrowing costs to spike to close to 30 percent on June 20.
President Ahmed Mohammed Ali said that the global credit squeeze and recession has made many countries turn to the Islamic Development Bank more than ever to seek help in their development projects.
The two unveiled their "funding for lending" programme in an attempt to ward off a tightening credit squeeze and help drag Britain out of its double-dip recession.
The survey showed despite the credit squeeze, more than 50 per cent of respondents said they still plan to grow their businesses over the coming 12 months.
Surprisingly, it is large UK companies that appear to be suffering most from the credit squeeze, with more than a third (35 per cent) citing difficulty securing finance and credit as the primary reason for keeping more cash in reserve.
New York, Muharram 23, 1433, Dec 18, 2011, SPA -- Euro-zone bank failures could lead to a credit squeeze in the United States, hurting an already subpar U.
Summary: Credit squeeze for the industry and business has hit the economy, growth is slow, inflation is ascendant and the balance of payments need to be watched against risks, warns the central bank.
Securitisation markets have only recently started reopening after shutting down amid the credit squeeze.
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A good, old fashioned, credit squeeze in all but name.
The country could be challenged by a more severe credit squeeze later in 2010 in view of the risks banks are facing, which could be further aggravated by Greece's debt crisis, he said.