Asked Feb 11, 2020

Quantitative Easing

The Fed implemented three rounds of quantitative easing after the Great Recession. Explain what quantitative easing is and how the move was meant to stimulate the economy.


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Quantitative easing is a tool in the monetary policy. In this case, the securities of government or some other market securities ar...

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