Quantitative Trading

Last updated on
February 17, 2022

Quantitative easing (QE) is an unconventional monetary policy tool used by central banks to rapidly increase the domestic money supply and stimulate economic activity.Quantitative easing typically entails the central bank of a country purchasing longer-term government bonds as well as other types of assets.

A central bank will use quantitative easing to purchase securities in order to lower interest rates, increase the supply of money, and encourage more lending to consumers and businesses.

Nigerian Context

According to Nigeria’s Central Bank, Quantitative easing entails the central bank purchasing large amounts of long-term government securities in order to inject liquidity into the system. The primary goal of QE is to ease monetary conditions in banks in order to increase their lending capacity.

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