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As negative interest rates emerges as a tool for central banks to support growth, Antonio Fatas of INSEAD says the case for sub-zero rates may not be that convincing going by past experience. He explains how there is more than just one way to achieve negative rates which could end up being favorable to lenders, ...

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As negative interest rates emerges as a tool for central banks to support growth, Antonio Fatas of INSEAD says the case for sub-zero rates may not be that convincing going by past experience. He explains how there is more than just one way to achieve negative rates which could end up being favorable to lenders, highlighting the ECB as an example.
Antonio Fatas
Professor of Economics at INSEAD, an international business school with campuses in Singapore, France and Abu Dhabi.

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