monetization

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In both helicopter money and debt monetization operations, the central bank issues new base money and acquires a bond, at least hypothetically.
This is the way that the Federal Reserve protects the dollar while debasing it with debt monetization. Why else would a rising bullion market be shorted if not to stop the rise?
Diving both sides of equation (1) by the nominal GDP, neglecting debt monetization, and defining lower case variables as upper case variables expressed as a proportion of GDP, we can rewrite equation (1) as the public debt dynamics equation:
Because of the severe consequence of debt monetization, Roubini and Mihm believe it is unlikely to happen, but they also think it is important to remain cognizant of the risk, given the polarization of the U.S.
OTSU, Japan - Bank of Japan Policy Board member Tadao Noda on Thursday said the central bank needed to be ''careful'' about increasing its buying of government bonds as there is a ''risk'' that the BOJ's purchase may be mistaken for debt monetization and lead to an unreasonable increase in long-term interest rates.
FX UpdateThe main theme this quarter has been competitive devaluation, which was kicked off when the Bank of England announced its debt monetization policies.
The final restriction is a test of the debt monetization hypothesis.
The combination of effectively unconstrained fiscal sovereignty and a lack of credible commitments to avoid both centralized debt monetization and outright member-state bailouts created a perfect storm of perverse incentives.
OTSU, Japan - Bank of Japan Policy Board member Tadao Noda said Thursday the central bank needs to be ''careful'' about increasing its buying of government bonds as there is a ''risk'' that the BOJ's purchase may be mistaken for debt monetization and lead to an unreasonable increase in long-term interest rates.
Shirakawa has said the BOJ is providing ''ample'' funds and a BOJ policymaker, Tadao Noda, has said there is a ''risk'' that the BOJ's purchase could be mistaken for debt monetization and lead to an unreasonable increase in long-term interest rates.