Translation of credit crunch in Spanish:

credit crunch

crisis de crédito, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrɛdɪt ˌkrəntʃ/ /ˈkrɛdɪt ˌkrʌntʃ/


(credit crisis)
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    crisis de crédito feminine
    crisis crediticia feminine
    • Economic recovery will also be impaired by the ongoing credit crunch.
    • The corporate bond market, which has been vibrant for a few months, continued its invulnerability to the credit crunch this week.
    • What could really hurt the industry is the credit crunch.
    • The glossy bunch is starting to really feel the pinch of the credit crunch.
    • The banks here in Japan were largely believed to be able to handle any sort of global credit crunch.
    • David Cameron will insist he has not compromised his commitment to environmental politics despite the challenges of the global credit crunch.
    • I expect the factoring industry will continue to grow, even during the current credit crunch.
    • Families are already struggling to cope with the effects of the credit crunch.
    • Meanwhile, the ECB's money supply data suggests the credit crunch is tightening its grip on the wider economy.
    • Meanwhile, the global credit crunch has dried up capital inflows to the region.
    • The current credit crunch will lead to landlords selling their properties, which will help to bring prices down.
    • The credit crunch has forced the Queen to scale down the annual Christmas festival at her Sandringham home.
    • The credit crunch has forced several major lenders out of the student loan market.
    • The credit crunch was expected to make shoppers too scared to commit to big purchases.
    • It doesn't really sound a lot like the credit crunch.
    • It isn't just the centre of Liverpool which will be hit by the credit crunch.
    • J. P. Morgan warns that earnings of four big security firms could be hurt even more by the credit crunch.
    • Taken to its extreme, this process leads to a credit crunch.
    • The problem is that, thanks to the credit crunch, nowhere can be called safe anymore.
    • Some people think that the credit crunch will make cheaper houses available.