Monetary Policy

Monetary policy refers to the actions of a central bank to influence a nation's money supply and economy. Monetary policy is used to influence the employment situation and to manage inflation.

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The Taylor Rule: An Economic Model for Monetary Policy
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International Monetary Fund (IMF)
What Is M2?
What Is Demonetization?
Import Substitution Industrialization May Assist Developing Nations
Understanding the History and Disadvantages of a Fixed Exchanged Rate
Narrow Money
Tier 1 Capital vs. Tier 2 Capital: What's the Difference?
What Is a Liquidity Adjustment Facility?
Trilemma Presents Three Equal Options but Only One is Possible at a Given Time
Group of Seven (G-7)
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What Is a Currency Reserve?
Monetarism: Printing Money To Curb Inflation
Liquidity Trap Definition and Example
Why These European Countries Don't Use the Euro
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How Central Banks Control the Supply of Money
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Keynesian Economics vs. Monetarism: What's the Difference?
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Foreign Exchange Reserves Definition
Why India's Central Bank Chief May Resign
What is the Gold Standard?
Monetary Base
Foreign Exchange Intervention Definition
Understanding the Mumbai Interbank Bid Rate (MIBID)
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Bank of England (BoE)
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Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1): An Overview
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Examples of Expansionary Monetary Policies
Asian Currency Unit (ACU)
10 Countries With the Highest Savings Rates
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Flow Of Funds (FOF) Definition
Indian Rupees
Who Regulates the Printing of Money in India?
What Central Banks Do
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How Unconventional Monetary Policy Works
Stock Analysis
The Great Inflation of the 1970s
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Basel I Overview
Budget Cutting
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How Central Banks Can Increase or Decrease Money Supply
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What Is a Stimulus Package?
Why Is the Chinese Yuan Pegged?
What Is Currency?
Moral Suasion Definition
Learn How Tapering Impacts the Economy, Stock Market, and Investors.
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Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Definition
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How Quantitative Easing (QE) Affects the Stock Market
Bank Of Japan (BOJ)
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How to Control Stagflation
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Japan's Expansionist Policies Have Brought Unexpected Results
What Is Sterilization?
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Special Purchase and Resale Agreement (SPRA)
Bank Of Canada (BOC) Definition
Global Finance Concept Europe and Africa
What Is the African Development Bank (ADB)?
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Economic Stimulus
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Purchase and Resale Agreements (PRAs)
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Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
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Understanding The Currency Board vs Central Bank
Why Deflation Is The Fed's Worst Nightmare
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Accommodative Monetary Policy
What Is Debt Deflation?
International Banking Facility (IBF) Definition
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What Is the International Poverty Line?
Fed Funds Futures Definition