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Results of the Riksbank’s 5-year trial are being scrutinised by the world’s leading central banks
Country’s borrowing costs hit record low as economic recovery takes hold
What to look for on Thursday, with central bank chief set to start policy debate
WEF assesses risk of corporate debt shock as fragile companies kept on life support
Is there anything abnormal about negative real rates?
Cautious households risk pain as wealth stashed in cash and current accounts hits €1.8tn
Savers and borrowers benefit if the ECB raises deposit rate while cutting loan rate
By mid-2019, this once-unthinkable quirk of the bond market had exploded to extremes
Central bank raises rate to zero and says it expects to hold it there ‘in coming years’
Riksbank move back to zero reflects policy concerns, not bullishness on economy.
Riksbank increases main rate to highest level in almost 5 years
Rise in rates widely expected, but some doubt central bank can stay above zero
SNB defends negative interest rate as ‘necessary given the inflation outlook’
Any sign of a shift in policy at Thursday’s central bank gathering could move markets
Monetary policy risks losing public support in perceived clash with national values
Process will put her stamp on the central bank and seek to resolve recent divisions
Riksbank prepares to raise interest rate to zero as evidence of slowdown mounts
The Trump administration escalated trade tensions with key allies on Monday
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