PODCAST | BCE 0.0%: Money For Nothing?

The European Central Bank (ECB) announced yesterday a cut of the interest rates to a historical 0.00% – among other measures. What impact could these decisions have on the European economy?

About Eduardo Martínez Abascal

Eduardo Martínez Abascal is Professor of Financial Management at IESE. He holds a Doctorate in Economics and Business from the University of Barcelona, and an MBA from IESE, University of Navarra. He has also been a visiting scholar at the Sloan School of Management of the Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT). Professor Martínez Abascal is the autor of the blog Economía para todos (in Spanish).

One thought on “PODCAST | BCE 0.0%: Money For Nothing?

  1. Good analysis.
    Practically, there is almost no major interest rate cut. One positive impact of the ECB decision to cut interest rates to a 0.00% is to increase the bank’s’ ability to lend money individuals and companies. Thank you for sharing your analysis.

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