Easy money

Easy money, in academic terms, denotes a condition in the money supply and monetary policy where the U.S. Federal Reserve allows cash to build up within the banking system—as this lowers interest rates and makes it easier for banks and lenders to loan money. Therefore, it’s easier for borrowers to secure loans from banks and lenders—Read more at Investopedia. Kenton, Will. “Easy Money.” 3 October 2019.