This is done to encourage more spending from consumers and businesses by making money less expensive to borrow by lowering the interest rate.
The communication accommodation theory has broadened this theory to include not only speech but also the "non-verbal and discursive dimensions of social interaction".
In common language, Jack can't have his fingerprints on the money, so an accommodating party is necessary.
Communication accommodation theory (CAT) is a theory of communication developed by Howard Giles.
When the economy finally showed signs of a rebound, the Fed eased up on the accommodative measures, eventually moving to a tight monetary policy in 2003.
a relocator refers to a person or company reponsible for the moving or relocating or one or more objects from one place to another.