Definition of "loanable" [loan•a•ble]

  • That may be loaned (adjective)

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Use "loanable" in a sentence
  • "I was simply stating that when lending is tight, and it is pretty tight everywhere and not just at citi, my business, I know this, an increase in loanable funds will not create much increase in investment or consumption."
  • "This would express itself by creating a lower nominal amount of the total loanable funds of investment banks."
  • "The analogy with the credit market is that the government sets the price of loanable funds below what would have occurred on the market by lowering the market rate of interest through the expansion of credit."