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QE & Ultra-low Interest Rates: Distributional Effects + Risks
Posted By Barry Ritholtz On November 14, 2013 @ 10:30 am In Analysts,Bailouts,Digital Media,Federal Reserve | Comments Disabled
Source: McKinsey & Company 
The impact that ultra-low interest rates have had on banks has been mixed. They have eroded the profitability of eurozone banks, resulting in a cumulative loss of net interest income of $230 billion between 2007 and 2012. But banks in the United States experienced an increase in effective net interest margins and a cumulative increase in net interest income of $150 billion. The experience of UK banks falls between these two extremes.
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