For the first time in about ten years, the sums in the balance sheets of central banks in Western countries are no longer increasing. Analysts even consider a reduction of the values in the coming year for possible. That means for the national economies that the current support policy is about to end. In the past, those responsible for the banks took measures that helped stimulate the economy. The banking crisis was responsible for slowing economic growth. Bond purchases were necessary from the point of view of the Landesbanker, so that the dangers of a recession remained minimal. In addition, a stable rate of inflation was ensured along this path.