Operation Twist.

"Operation Twist" is a term used to describe a monetary policy maneuver undertaken by the U.S. Federal Reserve in the 1960s. The objective of the policy was to lower long-term interest rates and thereby stimulate economic activity.

The policy was named "Operation Twist" because it involved the Fed selling short-term Treasury securities and using the proceeds to purchase longer-term Treasury securities. This had the effect of "twisting" the yield curve (i.e., flattening it out), since shorter-term rates were generally lower than longer-term rates at the time.

TheOperation Twist policy was viewed as successful in achieving its goals, and it was later replicated by other central banks. What QE means? Quantitative easing (QE) is an unconventional monetary policy in which a central bank purchases government bonds or other financial assets in order to lower interest rates and increase the money supply.

QE is considered unconventional because it is typically used when interest rates are already at or near zero, and thus central banks have limited scope to use more conventional monetary policy tools such as changing interest rates.

The central bank may also purchase other assets such as corporate bonds or foreign government bonds.

QE is intended to stimulate the economy by increasing the money supply and lowering interest rates, which should encourage lending and investment.

The effects of QE are often debated, and some economists argue that it is ineffective or even counterproductive. What is full form of OMO? The full form of OMO is "open market operations." Open market operations are the primary tool that central banks use to influence the level of short-term interest rates in the economy. Open market operations involve the purchase or sale of government securities in the open market in order to expand or contract the level of money in the banking system. What are long term repo operations? Long-term repo operations are repurchase agreements with maturities greater than one day. The Federal Reserve conducts long-term repo operations to help control the supply of reserve balances in the banking system and to manage the federal funds rate. Long-term repo operations are conducted with a wider range of counterparties than overnight repo operations and are typically used to supplement the supply of reserve balances during periods of heavy funding needs. What does PMO stand for? PMO stands for "Premium Mortgage Offering." PMO is a type of mortgage product that offers a higher interest rate in exchange for a higher down payment.

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