The credit market crisis increases the cost of borrowing for financial firms. This increasing cost lowers margins and decreases the free cash flow to shareholders. As free cash flow rises, so does the value of the firm. If cost are high, then loan growth slows and further weakens cash flow for the business.

The crisis also affects capital-intensive companies, which either have to borrow money to fund large projects or have customers who have to borrow money to afford the large projects created by the company.

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Source:"Credit Market Crisis" will have a long-term negative impact on this entity, which subtracts from the entity's value. "Credit Market Crisis" is a difficult qualitative factor to overcome, so the investment will have to spend a lot of time trying to overcome this issue.