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An Accommodative Monetary Policy is when Monetary Policy is directed towards stimulating the Economy, to avoid a slowdown in economic growth.

During periods in which the monetary policy of the Federal Reserve, or another Central Bank, is termed as an Accommodative Monetary Policy (Dovish) the objective is to stimulate economic activity. One method is to increase the money supply in the economy by cutting interest rates. The desired effect is to increase the amount of money available for banks to lend to the broad economy, which should stimulate economic activity. The opposite to this is a Restrictive Monetary Policy (Hawkish) where Interest Rates are increased.


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