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flight to cash

flight to cash
 n.— «This in turn, it comments, could mean trouble for many small US banks, and some big ones, too, and could bring a flight to cash and precious metals and eventually a world recession.» —“Wall Street: Dilemma Of Oil Benefits” by Terry Byland Financial Times (United Kingdom) Feb. 17, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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