How Finance Sector Changed During the Pandemic?

Ever since COVID-19 virus turned into a global pandemic, the entire social and economic lives of people changed negatively in many ways.

28 December 2021 ・ Author: Speaker Agency

Ever since COVID-19 virus turned into a global pandemic, the entire social and economic lives of people changed negatively in many ways. Countries took economic measures and developed effective monetary policies against supply (goods and service production) and demand (consumption and investment) shocks against the negative effects on the financial sector during the pandemic, these monetary policies implemented through central banks, are for ensuring financial stability. In line with this goal, Central Bank took some measures as of 2020 to try and keep the negative effects of the pandemic at minimum.

What Are Monetary Policies and How Are They Implemented?

The phrase “monetary policies” refers to economic decisions that use money as a tool in order to achieve goals such as increasing employment, price stability, economic growth, and practices to affect the general economic situation. Monetary policies are determined by central banks or institutions called monetary authorities. These organizations have the authority to make decisions independent of politics.

During the pandemic, central banks changed their financial decisions and implemented many monetary policies and effectively directed monetary markets to limit the negative effects of the pandemic.

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