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Lender in Upper Bavaria to pass on the cost of negative rates
Practice proves controversial in country where ECB has been accused of penalising savers
As evidence accumulates, naysayers’ case becomes less convincing
Central lender’s use of tiered interest rates offers arbitrage opportunity
Redbridge Council issues bond at negative real yields to fund purchases of housing stock.
Fitch points out an intriguing development in the market.
Thomas Jordan defends controversial five-year-long rate-setting experiment
Incoming ECB president calls on countries with ‘room for manoeuvre’ to take action
Funds are feeling the pain and should urge governments to do more on fiscal stimulus
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Swedish central bank plans increase despite economic slowdown
Post-crisis regulations should apply to insurers and asset managers, Fund says
One-time ‘bond king’ recommends dividend-paying stocks over negative-yielding debt
Another strange thing is happening.
Chief says charges would apply to customers with deposits ‘well above €100,000’
Better to tackle structural inefficiencies than pass on charges for basic services to customers
Investors and consumers can be spooked by unconventional monetary policy
Kristalina Georgieva urges countries to wield monetary policy wisely amid ‘synchronised slowdown’
Roughly one-quarter of the global debt market is trading at levels once thought improbable
The unnerving world of sub-zero rates still offers managers ways to eke out gains
Which European countries benefit most from tiering?
Systems at RBS-owned lender unable to charge for deposits
Banking is undergoing a rapid electronification.
Central bank leaves key interest rate at minus 0.75 per cent
Global recession more likely as trade tension pinches, predicts JPMorgan Asset Management