The European Central Banks 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.
The ECB's monetary policy change that takes effect June 11 means that commercial banking institutions in Europe will now be charged for holding deposits with the central bank. The move was aimed at boosting low inflation, by encouraging increased lending.
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