Europe’s had 8 years of negative interest rates and paltry growth. Now it’s being forced to raise rates—and there’s still no growth

To boost growth, the European Central Bank in 2014 took interest rates negative in a historic move. That much-maligned decision will soon be reversed—but the euro zone’s problems have hardly improved. Read More

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