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Her fourth novel, Dear Money, set during the recent financial crisis, was published in 2010.
In policy he was a critic of dear money and an advocate of public works.
Shortly after sending a message, a woman would arrive at the apartment and give Dears money.
Those who complain about dear money and strong sterling would doubtless see this as an even worse regime.
Even allowing for inflation, that is dear money.
To place his bets he took on $8 billion in debt - which, because of dearer money and recession, he can no longer service.
Dearer money could dampen home-price increases and weaken the struggling recovery.
We will pursue a consistent interest rate policy - a policy of dear money,' Matushevsky said. '
Even a firm Wall Street opening failed to smother the dearer money jitters.
Debt and dear money got us into it and, until we break debt's grip, we shall never get out of it.
Dear Money Helps: My husband and I were married in March 2006 in California.
The outcome of this was "dear money, lowered credit, less enterprise in business and manufacturers, reduced home demand and therefore reduced output to unemployment".
And the more money he piled in the house the dearer money became, so that a man worked a longer time for a string of money than before.
But both dearer money and emergency cuts in public spending can be averted, provided the Red Book figures gain credibility, rather than lose it, as they get older.
The bankers’ lobbyists will argue, with tears in their eyes, that building it too high, too soon, will mean less and dearer money for small businesses and home-buyers.
Such dear money will not finance a rapid economic recovery and it is the Government's fear that the financial crisis will subside into a lengthy slough of credit despond.
Josh Wilson's songs reflect humor and emotional aspects in his single "Savior, Please", coupled with his musings on subject of finances on "Dear Money".
Churchill later regarded this as the greatest mistake of his life; in discussions with McKenna, he acknowledged that the return to the gold standard and the resulting 'dear money' policy was economically bad.
The combination of dear money and falling property values is crushing the market for home loans and, more worrying, the decline in lending is speeding up, according to the CML figures.
The question of how much proper capital a bank needs remains unresolved (although the likely answer is: "more") and dearer money will trigger trouble for the "delay and pray" borrowers who can't repay capital even at today's interest rates.
If the Greeks refuse the plan which trades a 50 percent forgiveness of debt for surrendering fiscal autonomy to their wealthier neighbors to the north, it would mean having Greece leave the common currency in order to revive and then immediately devalue the drachma to pay off dear money with cheap cash.