Negative Rates May Do More Harm Than Good, Expert SaysBy
Stanford economist says central banks should take step back
Views Fed as behind the curve on getting back to neutral
The negative interest rate strategy that Japan and Europe’s central banks have embraced may do more harm than good, according to John Taylor, the creator of an eponymous rule for guiding monetary policy.
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