Quantitative Easing

An unconventional monetary policy approach, in which central banks increase money supply by purchasing financial assets from commercial banks or other private institutions. In the aftermath of the global financial crisis,  the U.S. Federal Reserve in particular, and also the Bank of England, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan implemented quantitative easing policies of different magnitudes to support the financial sector, increase private consumption expenditures and prevent inflation from falling below the target.

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