Helicopter Money In Japan: A GuideRupert Hargreaves
As central banks run out of conventional monetary policy tools to stimulate economic growth, economists are now speculating that in a last-ditch attempt to stimulate growth, central banks will turn to helicopter money drops in the near future.
It’s widely believed that Japan will be the first country to adopt this policy as it runs out of options.
And analysts at Jefferies weighed in on this topic in a research note sent . . .
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