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Lunar money

7 October 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

A decade of cheap money has brought an imbalance between supply and demand for funds. Banks are deleveraging hard, and so are loath to lend. Higher interest rates could attract capital from outside the banking system and reduce demand for debt, reducing the current imbalance.

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