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Unformatted text preview: the rate of interest. If the number of savers and their amount of saving exceeds the needs of the borrowers then the rate of interest will be relatively low. But if the loanable funds supplied are smaller in size than the needs of the borrowers the rate of interest will be relatively higher. Demand for funds borrowed increases with every fall in the rate of interest. Therefore supply of savings or loanable funds is an upward sloping curve....
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