QE Impact on Rise in Interest Rates
Posted: April 9, 2020
“Approximately every seven years there is a major interest rate spike. Quantitative easing was done in three segments: 2008, 2010, and 2012. I believe this mitigated the rise in interest rates. The next adjustment in interest rates should be 2022.”
The full article is published in Bancroft Capital’s “View from the Bleachers” Newsletter by Larry Morris. For access to the article, please complete the Article Access form on the right.
Larry Morris serves as a senior advisor and consultant to Bancroft Capital and managed and built fixed income groups on the east coast while developing effective risk management protocols for those groups for over thirty years. Larry’s work with Bancroft has him in the office a few times a week as needed. The rest of the time he considers it, “The View from the Bleachers.”
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