tight money

  1. the economic condition in which credit is difficult to secure and interest rates are high
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How To Use tight money In A Sentence

  • The salient point here is that the retrenchment was plainly not forced by tight money or credit.
  • Tight money gave rise to calls for "value," which, in the parlance of the automobile industry, translates to cost cutting, or what some marketers call "de-contenting. The Volkswagen Jetta's graceful ride back down to earth
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  • Tight money, or news from Europe, or an overissue of similar bonds; next week it would be better. Colonel Carter of Cartersville
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