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A [[central bank]] is seen as tightening an [[economy]] when it increases [[interest rates]]. The goals of tightening include managing [[growth]], controlling [[inflation]] and reducing the amount of [[credit]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|name=|org=|date=}}</ref>


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A central bank is seen as tightening an economy when it increases interest rates. The goals of tightening include managing growth, controlling inflation and reducing the amount of credit.[1]


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