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Definition Dear Money:

Dear Money is when it is expensive to borrow money because of high real interest rates.

For example, if bank rates are 10% and inflation is 6%. The effective real interest rate is 4% which is quite high. According to the loanable funds theory, this would require a rate of return on investment to be at least 4% of higher, to make investment worthwhile.

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