Memo to Carney: The U.K. Already Has Negative Rates
Negative interest rates, according to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, are "a bit wrong." As is often the case these days, though, financial markets rather than central banks are dictating the cost of money, and the U.K. is already seeing some key borrowing costs drop below zero, a move that Carney says has produced "negative consequences" elsewhere.
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