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Credit crunch

• Occurs when credit availability is so restricted that normal economic or financial activity is adversely impacted. It is a more extreme case of credit rationing which has tightened.

• If depositors in one location (say Michigan) cannot provide deposits to fund loans in another location (say California), many good loans may go unfunded. This is a credit crunch.

 
 

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