borrowing limit

borrowing limit

noun breaking point of debt, debt ceiling, debt limit, greatest limit of debt, largest debt, largest loan, maximum amount of debt, maximum debt, maximum funds to be loaned, maximum loan outer limit of debt, outer line of credit
Associated concepts: bankruptcy, fraudulent debt, insolvency, interrogation, solvency
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Congress and the White House face an early November deadline to raise the nation's borrowing limit.
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WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- Two US federal agencies have issued warnings that Congress must take action to raise the government's borrowing limit, the debt ceiling, by March 16, or face consequences including default.
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The decree, which had been issued during the National Assembly's recess last year, increases the maximum borrowing limit for the government from BD3.
The hour-long vote resulted in a 55 - 43 outcome in favor of suspending the borrowing limit, two weeks ahead of the deadline that could have rocked financial markets had the legislation not passed.
5m borrowing limit included a clampdown on lending through its Speedloan and online arm and a "programme of exceptional smelting" of gold items bought by its stores.
Obama says he is not giving in to Republican demands to cut his health-care law in return for a higher borrowing limit and a new budget.
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The measure extends the federal borrowing limit until 7 February and funds the government to 15 January.
borrowing limit is a "political weapon of mass destruction," Buffett told cable television network CNBC.