Updated Sunday, October 26, 2014 as of 3:02 AM ET

ECB Negative Interest Rate Creates Uncertainty

The European Central Bank’s plan to slash its interest rate on deposits into negative territory has caught the attention of U.S. advisors, but whether the move results in major portfolio changes is still up in the air.

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