Don't rule out negative interest rates

Don't rule out negative interest rates

The European Central Bank (ECB) has not dismissed short-term rates reducing further.

Economic Analysis

12 November 2013

The potential impacts could include companies paying banks to keep their euros, write Adam Hayter, Head of International Liquidity and Investment Management and Llewelyn Mullooly, Market and Product Manager at RBS.

They argue that risk managers should still have a plan for euro interest rates falling below zero despite positive developments in the region.

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