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Liquidity trap: if interest rates are low, so that no actor expects further rate cuts, the additional liquidity of monetary policy measures is no longer used to buy bonds. In this case, there will not be the desired interest rate cuts, which should lead to additional demand for goods in the economy as a whole. This is referred to as a liquidity trap, which leads to the ineffectiveness of monetary policy.
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