Two-pillar-strategy Definition

The European Central Bank’s strategy for managing monetary policy. On one pillar, the ECB scrutinizes the growth in monetary supply (called aggregate M3) over the medium to longer-term horizons; the ECB believes that looking at monetary supply helps the central bank look beyond short-term effects caused by temporary shocks to the financial system. On the other pillar, the ECB monitors inflation.
Webster's New World Finance

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