Nonsterilized intervention

Nonsterilized intervention

Taking an action in the foreign exchange market without adjusting for changes in money supply.

Nonsterilized Intervention

A central bank's attempt to influence exchange rates by refusing to buy or sell assets or currencies. This allows the money supply to change without interference of the central bank. See also: Sterilized Intervention, Floating Currency.
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Once a monetary authority targets an exchange rate, the key distinction between nonsterilized intervention and traditional monetary policy is that the former transacts exclusively through foreign exchange.
Lesson #2: Nonsterilized Intervention Can Create Policy Dilemmas
Nonsterilized intervention stood a better chance of creating the desired outcome but would have left a foreign-exchange exposure on the Bank's balance sheet.
Nonsterilized Intervention, Foreign Exchange, and the Federal Funds Rate
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However, nonsterilized intervention does allow capital inflows to exert a downward pressure on domestic interest rates.
1] Nonsterilized intervention seems completely redundant to open-market operations in domestic securities.