Credit Flow

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Credit Flow

The availability of credit. High credit flow indicates low interest rates, loose credit requirements, and ease of borrowing money. Low credit flow indicates the opposite.
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'As always, BB will in FY20 be closely monitoring both magnitude and direction of credit flows to diverse sectors and subsectors of the economy and continue promotion and support for inclusive, adequate credit flows to under-served sectors or niches promising for job creation in productive pursuits,' he added.
Mumbai: RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das met more state-run bankers to discuss the issues related to relaxing the prompt corrective action (PCA) framework, liquidity and credit flows to MSMEs, said bankers.
The sources said the government's priority at this juncture is to boost credit flows to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and non-bank finance companies (NBFC).
An analyst shared as the pace of the economic activity grows, it stimulates credit flows and raises growth.
Further statistics reveal that credit flows to the realty and construction market significantly grew in the period from January to June, with Q1 amounting to AED2.3 billion during Q1 and an increase to AED14.2 billion in Q2.
Credit flows to the realty and construction market significantly grew in the period from January through June, amounting to $626m (AED2.3bn) during Q1, and surging to $3.8bn (AED14.2bn) in Q2, the data revealed.
The rationale for this distinction is that credit flows are a stimulus to growth due to more spending, different from the traditional reallocation effect of more financial development.
Summary: but changing composition of credit flows poses new challenges
* Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton University and NBER, and Yuliy Sannikov, Princeton University, "International Credit Flows, Pecuniary Externalities, and Capital Controls"
It is believed that the scheme will allow borrowers and lending banks to increase credit flows to the productive sectors of the economy.
She listed four priority requirements to jump-start growth in Europe: restoring credit flows, supporting demand, reducing public and private debt levels, and fostering the emergence of growth-friendly labour and product markets.
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