Fiscal policy intending to increase country’s money supply, building it higher than demand, then taking advantage of the increased capital to make tax cuts while increasing government spending to trigger spur economic growth. This approach to fiscal policy is reducing interest rates while allowing increased discounted lending. Refer to contractionary monetary policy.

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