loan market

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loan market UK US noun [C]
FINANCE the market where financial organizations provide loans to borrowers and sometimes repackage them (= sell them on to investors): consumer/domestic/home loan market »

The consumer loan market has been the fastest growing sector in recent years.

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leveraged/secured/unsecured loan market


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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