Some articles on credit, credit ceiling:
... Finally, it is worthwhile to consider how credit rationing might arise as a feature of sovereign (government) lending, that is, lending to countries ... With these caveats, it is worthwhile to consider how reputation concerns can lead to credit rationing ... Lenders set a maximum amount they are willing to lend (credit ceiling), which might be smaller or larger than the borrowing needs of the country ...
Famous quotes containing the words ceiling and/or credit:
“What made the ceiling waterproof?
Landors tarpaulin on the roof.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
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