Posts tagged with: Negative Rates

On April 5, 1933 everyone’s favorite fascist, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, signed an executive order which outlawed the private ownership of gold....
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The Federal Reserve will probably keep interest rates at zero when it meets this week. But its own ranks are increasingly clamoring for an unprecedented move: sending rates into negative territory....
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The crisis caused by the forced shutdown of the economy has given us some important lessons....
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President Trump says he would “rapidly” mobilize the U.S. military to distribute a coronavirus vaccine once it’s ready, focusing first on nursing homes and the elderly most vulnerable to deadly complications from the virus....
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U.S. Treasury bond yields plunged to a fresh record low Friday while bets on future cuts from the Federal Reserve intensified, raising the prospect of negative interest in the world’s biggest economy....
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Earlier today, when discussing the impending inevitability of negative rates in the US according to BMO rates strategists, we said that the question is not if but “when.”...
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Growing evidence of a severe global recession is sure to provoke more aggressive monetary policies from central banks. They had hoped to have the leeway to cut interest rates significantly after normalising them. That hasn’t happened. Consequently, as the recession...
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