Expect Quantitative Volatility As Credit Suisse Calls For Further Negative Interest Rates

Negative Interest Rates
Equity investors, perhaps looking at past performance and hoping for a statistically common December filled with good cheer, might not get it in 2015. A Credit Suisse research report out Friday says that with “market liquidity likely evaporating towards year-end,” equity markets are unlikely to ring in the holiday season in quiet fashion. The report considered, among other things, quantitative easing in Europe and said if the ECB really wanted to move the needle it would adjust the deposit rate into negative territory beyond . . .


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