NIRP

(redirected from Negative Interest Rate Policy)
AcronymDefinition
NIRPNegative Interest Rate Policy (finance)
NIRPNational Inventory Research Project (University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
NIRPNational Institutional Renewal Programme
NIRPNegative Interest Rate Program
NIRPNational Insurance Retirement Pension (UK)
NIRPNevada Immigrant Resource Project
NIRPNortheast Indiana Regional Partnership
NIRPNational Institute of Radiation Protection (Stockholm, Sweden)
NIRPNavigation Instrument Relay Panel
NIRPNational Irrigation Research Project (Sri Lanka)
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Our study shows negative interest rate policy has backfired, particularly in an environment where banks are already struggling with profitability, slow economic recovery, historically high levels of non-performing loans, and a post banking-crisis deleveraging phase,' said Dr.
Investopedia said a negative interest rate policy is an unconventional tool employed by a central bank whereby nominal target interest rates are set with a negative value-below zero percent.
Negative Bund yields have eroded the effectiveness of the SNB's negative interest rate policy in curtailing the franc's chronic overvaluation relative to the euro and most other currencies.
The move is aimed at streamlining operations, as commercial banks in Japan are struggling with the impact of the central bank's negative interest rate policy.
The Bank of Japan's (BoJ) zero interest rate policy and the European Central Bank's (ECB) negative interest rate policy have helped increase the relative attractiveness of US fixed income for non-US investors.
The first is clearly more radical than the second, and indeed, the latter was guided by the objective of proposing "a policy at a minimum distance from the current monetary system." Nevertheless, directly exposing the general public to the negative interest rate policy would be a significant departure from the current situation.
"The Bank of Japan's negative interest rate policy provided new challenges for investors in 2016," said Hiroki Tsujimura, Chief Investment Officer - Japan.
In particular, the Bank of Japan is now taking a negative interest rate policy. What's your assessment of this?
Al-Zadjali highlighted that some international interest rates follow a negative interest rate policy which gives a notable advantage for Gulf bonds and investment opportunities.
Although the combination of low growth and low interest rates is partly driven by structural problems (especially weak demographics and low productivity growth), the European Central Bank has successfully alleviated cyclical disturbances by large-scale purchases of public and private sector assets, by providing forward guidance, and by implementing a negative interest rate policy. The European Central Bank expected these unconventional measures to be a transitional solution, as governments would provide cyclical support and tackle the structural problems.
The Euro showed remarkable resistance against the US Dollar this year despite the ECB's negative interest rate policy and increased asset purchases.