zero bound

Definitions (2)

1. Monetary policy used to ease credits and keep inflation down. Zero bound occurs when the Federal Reserve lowers short-term interest rates to zero (or nearly zero, i.e. 0.25%).
2. Stocks with strong negative growth that eventually might reach zero growth.

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