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  • Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events.

  • Our word of the day isQuantitative EasingQuantitative easing also known as QE is an

  • unconventional form of monetary policy where a Central Bank creates new money electronically

  • to buy financial assets, like government bonds. This process aims to directly increase private

  • sector spending in the economy and return inflation to target.

  • One of the main tools they have to control growth is raising or lowering interest rates.

  • Lower interest rates encourage people or companies to spend money, rather than save.

  • But when interest rates are almost at zero, central banks need to adopt different tactics

  • - such as pumping money directly into the economy.

  • This process is known as quantitative easing or QE.

  • The central bank buys assets, usually government bonds, with money it has "printed" - or created

  • electronically these days. It then uses this money to buy bonds from

  • investors such as banks or pension funds using this "new" money, which increases the amount

  • of cash in the financial system, encouraging financial institutions to lend more to businesses

  • and individuals. This in turn should allow them to invest and spend more, hopefully increasing

  • growth.

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量的緩和とは? (What is an Quantitative Easing?)

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    James に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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