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In the context of finance and economics, intervention refers to the action taken by a government or central bank to influence the value of a currency or the performance of an economy. This can take many forms, such as buying or selling a currency in the foreign exchange market, adjusting interest rates, or implementing fiscal policies such as tax cuts or spending increases. The goal of intervention is usually to promote stability and prevent excessive fluctuations in the market, but it can also be used as a tool for achieving other economic or political objectives. Intervention can be controversial, as it can disrupt the natural flow of the market and create unintended consequences.I

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