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Trump calls for negative interest rates from the Fed

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Trump calls for negative interest rates from the Fed

Trump calls for negative interest rates from the Fed

U.S. President Donald Trump attacked the Federal Reserve on Wednesday in a call to push down interest rates into negative territory, a move reluctantly used by other world central banks to battle weak economic growth as it punishes savers and banks’ earnings in the process.

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