Impact of Quantitative Easing on Economic Crisis During Pandemic

Shankar Singh, Uma (2021) Impact of Quantitative Easing on Economic Crisis During Pandemic. International Journal of Modern Agriculture, 10 (2). pp. 3342-3350. ISSN 2305-7246

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Coronavirus is an uncommon pandemic throughout the entire existence of humanity, which influenced in excess of 200 nations since December 2019. It has affected nearly one crore individuals in India, with more than one lakh forty thousand lives lost. In nations over the globe 71 million people have battled, this pandemic through testing, and with 1.6 million deaths, in spite of making mindfulness about close to home cleanliness and social separating. Numerous nations embraced system of fractional lockdown to finish lockdown bringing about closing plants and organizations, suspending flights, halting trains and confining portability of products and individuals. While the government both state and central are investigating every possibility to deal with Covid 19 Crisis circumstance, both are attempting to activate expected assets to deal with huge necessities of the 135 crores populace of India. India has lost revenue of 10 lakh crores – 5 percent of GDP due to Covid19 pandemic. In Quantitative Easing, national banks create cash to buy securities from banks, monetary organizations and imbue cash flexibly for expanded credit action. Banks and Financial foundations may loan to governments, organizations, singular family units at lower loan fees. This expanded income level used for utilization and pay. Hypothetically, when the economy recuperates, Central bank sells the securities and decimates the money got. This implies in the long haul there has been no additional money made.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Pandemic, quantitative easing, cash flexibly, economy recuperate
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
Depositing User: ePrints deposit
Date Deposited: 06 Sep 2021 09:15
Last Modified: 06 Sep 2021 09:15

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