Tagged With Negative Interest Rates

Negative US interest rates 'are still possible' as Treasury yields hit record-low, DataTrek says


'Bonds will hedge you against nothing' in current market environment, famed investor Nassim Taleb warns


Some US wealth managers are slashing fees on money market funds so their investors don't lose money because returns are so low



The UK sells negative-yield bonds for the first time — days after the Bank of England dismisses below-zero rates


The argument for negative interest rates in the US has strengthened, Goldman says


A 2nd wave of coronavirus cases could force the Fed to reconsider negative interest rates, Goldman Sachs says



The Fed won't use negative interest rates to counteract the coronavirus recession, chairman Jerome Powell says


The benefits of a negative US interest rate may outweigh the costs, JPMorgan says


Trump renews call for negative interest rates, says other countries are already enjoying the 'gift'


Negative interest rates are coming to the US, a CIO overseeing $270 billion says


'The most anti-capitalist idea I could ever dream up': Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller unloads on Trump's desire for negative interest rates


Speculation is rife Australia is about to start printing money, as RBA governor Philip Lowe prepares to speak on quantitative easing



A massive housing bubble could form if Australia pulls the trigger on negative interest rates and quantitative easing, analysts warn


The RBA has just revealed what it needs to unleash quantitative easing and negative interest rates in Australia for the first time


The RBA looks to take Australia into uncharted territory with a 0% interest rate. This is what it would mean.


President Trump has ramped up calls for negative interest rates. Here's what they are, and why they matter.



Some investors fear negative-yielding debt more than the inverted yield curve. Here's why.


A Danish bank is launching a 0.6% negative interest rate on its savings accounts for millionaires


The RBA is now considering the drastic measure of negative interest rates — meaning you could be paid to borrow money from the bank


A Danish bank is offering mortgages at a 0.5% negative interest rate — meaning it is basically paying people to borrow money