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Low Rate Pushback - September 10, 2019

Central banks are meeting in the coming weeks to determine how much they will cut rates. Lower rates are causing some pushback from banking officials. Even Japanese bankers are pushing back against negative rates. John Hempton explains why banks might be right to push back about negative rates.

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Monetary Policy Pushback - July 30, 2019

Ruchir Sharma, Chief Global Strategist at Morgan Stanley reminds us that central banks can’t dictate where the money they print goes, and warns that easy money could set the stage for a market collapse. D.L. Thornton, ex-Vice President of the St. Louis Fed argues that low rates have failed to spur economic growth and have harmed sectors of the population

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