Not Your Father’s or Grandfather’s GDPGuest Post
April 15, 2016
By Steve Blumenthal
“Seemingly logical, but as I’ve pointed out in recent years – not working very well because zero and negative interest rates break down capitalistic business models related to banking, insurance, pension funds, and ultimately small savers. They can’t earn anything!”
– Bill Gross, Lead Portfolio Manager, Janus
“The unintended increase in the demand for physical cash caused by negative rates can lead to adverse economic effects. When agents want to hold more cash, the velocity of money drops, the money multiplier . . .
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