Negative interest rate and financial repression

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Investments drive growth, but how will investors get funds if the savings pile shrinks with no incentive to save in a negative interest rate regime?

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Banks | interest rate | Investment banks



Mr. Pradeep Kukreja is all smiles these days. His bank raised its deposit rates. Kukreja’s two-year fixed deposit matured last week. Instead of buying it back, he reinvested it for another two years. This time, he will receive 6% interest.


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First published: Sunday, July 10, 2022. 9:25 p.m. IST

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