Easy monetary policy

Easy monetary policy,

Definition of Easy monetary policy:

  1. A policy initiated by the Central Bank to reduce interest rates on loans extended by banks to increase economic activity. In some economic situations, lower lending rates to banks can encourage consumer lending, which in turn can increase demand for goods.

Meaning of Easy monetary policy & Easy monetary policy Definition

Easy Monetary Policy,

Easy Monetary Policy:

  • A policy that allows people to easily borrow at low interest rates so that they can invest their money in business activities to grow the economy.

Literal Meanings of Easy Monetary Policy


Meanings of Easy:
  1. This can be achieved without much effort and with little difficulty.

  2. (Time or way of life) Free from worries or problems.

  3. Without a weak defense (from an ■■■■■■ or critical object).

  4. Easy and helpless

  5. Attention.

Sentences of Easy
  1. An easy way to get information

  2. Promises an easy life in the new world.

  3. As a taxi driver, he is an easy target.

  4. We all get scared so easily these days.

  5. Calm girl you will surprise me

Synonyms of Easy

a piece of old tackle, unexacting, child's play, easy-breezy, serene, untroubled, susceptible, relaxed, a pushover, a snip, facile, a doddle, unworried, kids' stuff, impressionable, a snap, a cinch, comfortable, trusting, easy as pie


Meanings of Monetary:
  1. Money or currency.

Sentences of Monetary
  1. Documents with little or no financial value.

Synonyms of Monetary

cash, budgetary, capital, money, fiscal, financial, economic, pecuniary


Meanings of Policy:
  1. An act or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual.

  2. An insurance contract

Sentences of Policy
  1. Controversial government policy

  2. They do politics together.

  3. He swears he has never been in politics in his life.

Synonyms of Policy

line, wont, way, guidelines, rule, scheme, strategy, notions, mode, matter of course, proposed action, convention, pattern, approach, code, tack, style, position, programme, procedure, practice, stance, theory, routine, plans