Denmark is deep into an experiment using a monetary policy tool once viewed by mainstream economists as approaching apostasy, if not a virtual impossibility
Mon, Jun 13, 2016 - 5:50 AM
Lars Rohde, governor of the Danish central bank (above), says Denmark's choice is simple: the peg to the euro must be protected, and negative interest rates are doing that without great disruption.
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