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Quantitative easing

Quantitative easing is a strategy used by central banks (such as the Federal Reserve) to increase the supply of money in the economy, reduce interest rates, and fuel economic growth by purchasing securities (U.S. Treasuries) from the open market.

Quantitative easing provides banks with more liquidity to encourage lending and investments to consumers and businesses.

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