tight money

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Noun1.tight money - the economic condition in which credit is difficult to secure and interest rates are hightight money - the economic condition in which credit is difficult to secure and interest rates are high
financial condition - the condition of (corporate or personal) finances
easy money - the economic condition in which credit is easy to secure
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They commended the progress in implementing the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, including the start of a convergence in foreign exchange windows, tight monetary policy, improvements in tax administration, and significant strides in improving the business environment.
He added, "High fiscal deficits--driven by weak revenue mobilization--generated large financing needs, which, when combined with tight monetary policy necessary to reduce inflationary pressures, increased pressure on bond yields and crowded out private sector credit.
The tight monetary policy of central bank has been the most important factor hampering growth of consumer financing in the country.
Maintaining this positive trend will require strengthening the economy's resilience with greater exchange rate flexibility, fiscal discipline, and an adequately tight monetary policy stance
Accordingly, the committee has decided to maintain the tight monetary policy stance.
Maintaining this positive trend will require strengthening the economy's resilience with greater exchange rate flexibility, fiscal discipline, and an adequately tight monetary policy stance, said an IMF press statement issued at the conclusion of its staff mission visit to Islamabad from December 5-14, 2017 led by Harald Finger.
In that respect, the IMF forecasts that a possible tight monetary policy could worsen the situation.
After having remained in persistently high double digits since the 2012, inflation began declining since end-2016, reflecting tight monetary policy and good agricultural harvest, reaching 10.
According to the report, the sharp depreciation of the Egyptian pound and the tight monetary policy (key policy rates are up by 500 bps in the past six months) and fiscal policy have been painful, but they were critical steps to restore competitiveness and macroeconomic stability, rebuild reserves, and alleviate investor uncertainty over the pound's valuation.
50%, citing that the monetary policy decision is based on the macroeconomic forecast, according to which the phasing out of tight monetary policy must continue in order for inflation to reach its target rate of 5.
In particular, fiscal consolidation and tight monetary policy helped reduce inflation below 20 percent in May 2015, narrow the external deficit, and support growth at about 3.
Muzzamil Hussain Sabri, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that the trend of tight monetary policy in Pakistan has mostly created problems for the country as it enhanced the cost of credit for private sector and stalled the growth of economy.