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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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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The two loss-making airlines are among many struggling to survive after a fall in demand from business and leisure travellers in the wake of the global credit squeeze.
A good, old fashioned, credit squeeze in all but name.
Cable put the plans on ice last November due to the stock market turmoil and credit squeeze.
Cable put the break-up plans on ice last November at the height of the financial crisis due to the stock market turmoil and credit squeeze.
House sales have virtually ceased, reflecting the high value of homes, the credit squeeze and the unavailability of mortgages to first time buyers.
The company has experienced bad debts and order cancellations due to the credit squeeze.
The credit squeeze was damaging producers' confidence at a time when the costs of animal feed, fertiliser and diesel were still high, Kendall said.
According to the automaker, 'A deepening recessionary trend in the economy, coupled with continuing credit squeeze and high interest rates, has further depressed customer sentiments.