Negative Interest Rate Swedish Experiment

Nordic experimentation with sub-zero interest rates has changed the way central bankers think about fighting recessions.

It has long been believed that when it comes to interest rates, zero is as low as you can go. Who would choose to keep their money in the bank if they had to pay for the privilege?

But for the people who control the world’s money, this idea has recently been thrown out of the window. Many central banks have pushed their rates into negative territory and yet the financial system has still to come to an abrupt end.

It is a discovery that flips on its head the conventional idea of how authorities could respond to future economic crises; and for central bankers, this has come as a relief.

Read more on this in the source site, after the first four paragraphs. Click.. here.

Source Credits: Peter Spence in The Telegraph UK

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