Negative Rates in the US More Likely to Be Implicit and Not Explicit (Unlike Europe)

Negative Interest rates

We’ve published an article last week on the economic rationale why the BoJ (the #Bank of Japan) resorted to negative rates. If you accept a chance of my pragmatic angle, the idea is simple: when you have the power to issue debt at negative rates, you got both the money to spend and interest paid to you.  Unbelievably, sweet! Continue reading “Negative Rates in the US More Likely to Be Implicit and Not Explicit (Unlike Europe)”

Negative Rates in the US More Likely to Be Implicit and Not Explicit (Unlike Europe)