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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The purpose of this contract is to select banking service providers capable of meeting the needs of France Tlvisions for the processing of debit and credit flows and associated banking services on behalf of France Tlvisions SA.
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.
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.
New research by the Bank of England looking at global credit flows seems to support Chancellor George Osborne's call for renewed austerity measures in the UK economy.
25 ( ANI ): Emerging market in developing nations must develop tools to control credit flows or risk relinquishing any independent monetary policy, as they can be adversely affected by large swings in investment, a new study has found.
According to the preliminary data on the credit market for July, (FYR) Macedonia's credit flows were positive also during this month, amid further greater orientation of banks to the household sector.
Chapters are presented on the rural context; agriculture and agricultural policies; rural industries; credit needs of rural populations; rural credit co-operative societies; regional rural banks; micro-finance, self-help groups, and the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD); NABARD's Kisan credit card scheme; and credit flows to micro, small, and medium enterprises.
It is more important than ever that credit flows to businesses and that they understand that there are a number of smart funding options they can utilise.
AFTER THE FALL: SAVING CAPITALISM FROM WALL STREET--AND WASHINGTON discusses how Washington policymakers in 2008 replaced private risk-takers in the financial system with government capital so that credit flows wouldn't stop--fostering a depression and economic turmoil that continues to this day.
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