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Quantitative Easing

Quantitative easing is a monetary policy tool that involves a central bank increasing the supply of money and credit in the economy in order to stimulate economic growth and achieve its economic objectives. Quantitative easing may be carried out by purchasing assets, such as government bonds or mortgage-backed securities, from financial institutions in order to increase the supply of money and credit in the economy. Continue Reading Below

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