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It cannot be denied that everyone is inclined...to overestimate his own credit rating, and call the rates demanded by creditors too high. Critique of Interventionism, A p. 49 Interest Rate
Public opinion always wants easy money, that is, low interest rates. Critique of Interventionism, A p. 163 Interest Rate
The expectation of rising prices thus has the tendency to make the gross rate of interest rise, while the expectation of dropping prices makes it drop. Human Action p. 540; p. 543 Interest Rate
There cannot be any question of abolishing interest by any institutions, laws, or devices of bank manipulation...such decrees would bring about capital consumption and would very soon throw mankind back into the original state of natural poverty. Human Action p. 529; p. 532 Interest Rate
Interest is the difference in the valuation of present goods and future goods; it is the discount in the valuation of future goods as against that of present goods. Planning for Freedom pp. 187-88 Interest Rate
The height of the market rate of interest ultimately does not depend on the whims, fancies, and the pecuniary interests of the personnel operating the government apparatus of coercion and compulsion, the much-referred-to public sector of the economy. Planning for Freedom p. 188 Interest Rate
The greater the fund of means of subsistence in a community, the lower the rate of interest. Theory of Money and Credit, The p. 386 Interest Rate