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Also, to overcome the recession following the 2008 credit crisis, an accommodative monetary policy was implemented and interest rates were cut to 0.5%.

Accommodative monetary policy is also known as easy monetary policy or loose credit policy.

When the economy slows down, the Federal Reserve can implement an accommodative monetary policy to stimulate the economy.

When money is easily accessible through banks, the money supply in the economy increases. When businesses can easily borrow money, they have more funds to expand operations and hire more workers, which means that the unemployment rate will decrease.

Accommodative money policy is triggered to encourage more spending from consumers and businesses by making money less expensive to borrow through the lowering of short-term interest rates.

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Accommodative monetary policy occurs when a central bank (such as the Federal Reserve) attempts to expand the overall money supply to boost the economy when growth is slowing (as measured by GDP).