The buying and selling of government securities by a central bank, such as the...
The buying and selling of government securitiesÐTreasury bills, notes, and bondsÑby the Federal Reserve.
One of the methods used by central banks, such as the Federal Reserve, to conduct monetary policy. It involves the purchase and sale of domestic government securities or other domestic assets by the central bank. This action alters bank reserves, which then affects the credit supply and monetary base. The change is then felt throughout the economy.
the buying and selling of bonds by the central bank.
The purchase or sale of government securities by a Central Bank.
The purchase or sale of government securities by the Bank of Canada in order to change the money base.
The sale or purchase of government bonds by a central bank, in exchange for domestic currency or central-bank deposits. This changes the monetary base and therefore the domestic money supply, contracting it with a bond sale and expanding it with a bond purchase.
The buying and selling of government securities_Treasury bills, notes, and bonds_by the Federal Reserve.
An open market operation is the purchase or sale of government securities by the Federal Reserve System in the open market.