NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES – what does it mean for the UK and Investors?

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NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES - what does it mean for the UK and Investors?

NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES – what does it mean for the UK and Investors?

With recent announcements that potentially negative interest rates could be introduced in the US and UK – what does this mean for us as individuals and what can we expect to happen?

In this video I break it all down for you.

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