Low Rates, a CEO's Worst Enemy?

Low interest rates spark complaints from money managers, CEOs

Since 2008 the Federal Reserve has held interest rates low and purchased trillions of dollars in bonds to help boost economic growth. For almost as long, money managers and corporate leaders have criticized the effects of the policies, with the complaints getting more colorful as time goes on. Despite the opposition, the Fed continues to provide stimulus as it waits for more evidence of economic recovery.

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