At the recent school board meeting, we wondered | about what happens when “negative interest rates” occur. Keith Ramsey’s presentation showed the benefits of a refinancing effort showing declining interest rates as driving benefit. With no training in economics or finance, this column (“Should we love or hate ‘negative’ interest rates?”) provided some of the answers.
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On “Negative Interest Rates.”
Looking at the subject from a Austrian Economist perspective:
Negative Interest rates damages “Savers.” ie Those that keep money in the bank.
Impose negative interest rates, Savers will then pull their money and shop til they drop, reigniting our consumer economy.
Also, they will invest, so the banks get to LoanLoanLoanLoan. Which, of course, makes money for them.
Ain’t Fractional Reserve Banking great?
Now, if we could only get our Millennials and GenZ’ers (and many older “activists”) to understand how “The Banking System” works they would understand Income Inequality…
But, hey… Trump & Stuff.