The Fed's monetary policy response to the current crisis
The Federal Reserve is employing all available tools to promote economic recovery and price stability by lowering borrowing costs and boosting credit availability. In particular, after lowering the federal funds rate to essentially zero, the Fed has turned to unconventional policy tools to help accomplish its goals.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): may22 ()
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