Lowering of interest rates in the early 2000s was taken up by the Federal Reserve to negate the effect of the Information Technology bubble earlier based on the premises that the rate could be lowered as long as the inflationary pressure was being kept low.

The low interest rates contributed to the housing bubble.

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