Lying low, aiming high

People have become accustomed to low interest rates, yet investors are being warned not to get complacent

11th September, 2016
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Mario Draghi Pic: Getty

Investors and consumers alike have long been dealing with the implications of a low interest rate environment.

There’s little change ahead just yet, with the European Central Bank president Mario Draghi signalling last Thursday that the ECB expects to keep interest rates at current levels – or lower – for an extended period of time.

Earlier this year, the ECB cut interest rates to zero in a bid to boost the European economy....

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