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quantitative easing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquantitative easingˌquantitative ˈeasing noun [uncountable] technical  a way of putting money into a country’s financial system. The national bank creates new money and buys things such as bonds from banks, so that the banks have more money to lend.
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