quantitative easing


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quantitative easing

n
1. (Economics) the practice of increasing the supply of money in order to stimulate economic activity. Abbrevation: QE
2. (Economics) the practice of increasing the supply of money in order to stimulate economic activity. Abbrevation: QE
Translations
kvantitative lettelser
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The Australian central bank has opined that quantitative easing (QE) might not be needed.
Tribune News Network Doha Despite a weaker eurozone recovery and mounting headwinds associated with softer global growth and higher policy uncertainty, the European Central Bank (ECB) has decided to end the net purchases of assets under its quantitative easing (QE) programme earlier than previously planned, said a Qatar National Bank (QNB) report on Saturday.
Investment bankers and other stakeholders in the money market are eagerly awaiting the framework for issuance of commercial papers which they have described as a form of Quantitative Easing.
The ECB's quantitative easing program further pushes down interest rates on sovereign debt.
'Helicopter drop' was first proposed as an alternative to quantitative easing by the noted American economist Milton Friedman way back in 1969.
Lee backed off from his earlier negative stance on the so-called Korean version of quantitative easing, which refers to a policy where the central bank supplies more liquidity for state-run banks in support of the debt restructuring of shipyards and shippers.
The waiver, according to which Cyprus could participate in the ECB's quantitative easing programme without meeting the minimum credit quality thresholds, will be lifted by April 1.
A debate with MEPs will follow and likely focus on low inflation and the ECB's quantitative easing programme for reviving the economy.
TOKYO, Oct 26 (KUNA) -- China's central bank said Monday its recent move to cut interest rates and lower the reserve requirement ratio was very different from quantitative easing, official Xinhua News Agency reported.
The European Central Bank purchased since July a total of e1/498m in Cypriot government securities with an average maturity of 5.27 years as part of its expanded asset purchase programme, also known as quantitative easing, Bank of Cyprus said.
The Fed did what it took via its quantitative easing program.
Abenomics - economic policies of quantitative easing, fiscal stimulus and structural reforms with deregulation - has been in play for two years since Shinzo Abe once again became prime minister of the world's third largest economy.

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