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The technical term financial repression or financial repression (English financial repression, German mutatis mutandis also creeping loss of savings) denotes a state influence, in particular by the central bank, especially with the help of interest rates on the financial markets in such a way that savers or investors see a creeping loss in favor of the state suffer. For example, if the central bank pursues a low-interest policy, private investors cannot demand higher interest rates from banks for their investments because banks can refinance themselves more cheaply through the central bank.