We have no meanings for "zero rates" in our records yet.
I don't know if there's any other council in the country proposing zero rates.
The BOJ doesn't want to kill the functioning of money markets with zero rates.
Intense competition in the overcrowded industry has forced many banks to lend at near- zero rates.
The central bank last raised borrowing costs in December, ending seven years of near- zero rates.
Still, there can't be much room for sub- zero rates.
Last time the interval between zero rates and the start of open-ended bond-buying was 49 months.
But analysts said zero rates might hamper money-market functioning as banks' operating costs could exceed short-term interest rates.
Thanks to years of near- zero rates following the global financial crisis, global debt levels are the highest on record.
It would also drive inflation a bit higher, perhaps allowing the Fed to gracefully exit zero rates earlier than planned.
Children's clothes and shoes in Ireland and Britain would no longer be taxed at zero rates if the proposals were adopted.
Because if you have zero rates, you're going to have to cut a large amount of spending out of the council.
We've never before been through a lift-off from zero rates or a running down of a massive Federal Reserve balance sheet.
This simply doesn't look much like an economy that requires zero rates and a $4 trillion central bank balance sheet.
For more than two years, the near- zero rates have hampered TD Ameritrade's and Schwab's ability to earn fees from money market funds.
Eight months after the unpopular move to below- zero rates, the BOJ adopted so-called yield curve control, known in BOJ shorthand as YCC.
Other countries' experience implies the RBNZ may end up with asset price inflation rather than a weaker currency, should it embrace sub- zero rates.
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Zero rates across language varieties