Definition of quantitative easing in English:

quantitative easing

Syllabification: quan·ti·ta·tive eas·ing

noun

Finance
  • The introduction of new money into the money supply by a central bank.
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    • The Fed is also planning quantitative easing, basically increasing the money supply.
    • All four of those countries, unlike other major economies are expected to avoid debasing their currencies by moving towards quantitative easing.
    • The other big fear among investors is that the deficits could be made worse by the policy of quantitative easing.

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