Easy money policy

Easy money policy is a central bank policy that allows the expansion of the monetary base by making rates lower or decreasing the reserve ratio for banks. By doing these actions, banks would have more money to create by lending. Lending money would also be a lucrative business since borrowing and then lending it out at a higher rate would be very profitable. This policy however is always followed by an asset bubble when paired with a government guarantee on most loans.

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