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The role of quantitative easing in distorting equity markets leading to a distortion in the labor market.
Finance & Accounting
Pages 10 (2510 words)
THE ROLE OF QUANTITATIVE EASING IN DISTORTING EQUITY MARKETS LEADING TO A DISTORTION IN THE LABOUR MARKET Executive summary The US economy has faced severe financial breakdown during 2007 and since then it is suffering from the after effects of recession. The Euro zone is also victim to housing market crash during the same period and is still struggling to recover its economic condition.
The governments in these countries have been actively taking policy measures, such as quantitative easing and easy monetary policies to boost up the economies and increase level of economic performance. Table of Contents Table of Contents 3 Central Bank Tools Discussion 5 Recent Recession and its effects 8 Equity Markets Bubble in Banking Sector 9 Compare QEs in US, EU and Japan 10 Effects on the Labour Markets 11 Conclusion 12 Works cited 13 Name of the Student Name of the Professor Course Number Date The role of quantitative easing in distorting equity markets leading to a distortion in the labour market Recessionary background The financial crisis that had hit the America and the European Union in the 2008 has come to an end in the 2009, according to economists. However, the effects of crisis have been lingering around for the last four years. The financial crisis had ruptured the financial system and has consequently affected the entire global economy. As the financial drought has neared its end in the year 2009, think tanks consisting of economist and politicians from around the world have been investigating the root cause of global crisis. The actual reason has yet remained a debatable discussion. ...
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