In 2014 the eurozone ventured down the path of negative deposit rates. The goal was to stimulate growth and generate inflation. Fast forward to 2019 and neither objective has been achieved.
Using the eurozone and Japan as an example, Erik Norland, Senior Economist at CME Group, examines if negative rates are effective in stimulating economic growth.
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