collateral deflation

collateral deflation
collateral deflation UK US noun [U] (also debt deflation) FINANCE
a situation in which collateral becomes less valuable: »

The most dangerous deflation is collateral deflation where the value of the collateral underlying the financial system plunges and destroys the net worth of the banking system.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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