The Bank of England's latest thoughts on introducing negative interest rates to encourage higher lending from banks are 'somewhat schizophrenic', a leading economist has said.
Much was made of Bank deputy governor Paul Tucker's comments around negative rates last week, although the concept is not new. The Bank last mentioned the possibility of negative rates - which would...
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