Month: March 2016

From ZIRP to NIRP

This post’s title might make you think I’m losing my sanity or living in a fantasy world. I assure you, I’m not. ZIRP and NIRP aren’t imaginary goblins, though they can be scary. They’re monetary policies, and they’re in effect around the world. A ZIRP, or Zero Interest Rate Policy, is an aggressive policy aimed at stimulating …

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From ZIRP to NIRP

March 11, 2016 This post’s title might make you think I’m losing my sanity or living in a fantasy world. I assure you, I’m not. ZIRP and NIRP aren’t imaginary goblins, though they can be scary. They’re monetary policies, and they’re in effect around the world. A ZIRP, or Zero Interest Rate Policy, is an aggressive policy …

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