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Negative Interest Rates

Why Negative Interest Rates Will Fail

It is now just a matter of time before the US central bank follows the central banks of Japan, the EU, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland in setting negative interest rates on reserve deposits.

The goal of such rates is to force banks to lend their excess reserves. The assumption is . . .

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