Will central banks carry on cutting?

Will central banks carry on cutting?

ZIRP, ‘zero interest rate policy’, first became a familiar acronym in February 1999 when the Bank of Japan (BoJ) finally cut official rates to zero. Japan was enduring a financial crisis of epic proportions, and the economy was suffering agonies as property values kept declining, the stock market plunged, prices ...

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds