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Land With Longest Stretch of Negative Rates Finds Rich Are Getting Richer Faster

According to the latest report from the Danish Economic Council, a fiscal policy watchdog made up of academics commonly known as the "wise men," years of ultra low rates have benefited the rich more than the poor....In other words, Denmark's poorest have missed out on the gains in asset prices fueled by years of cheap money. The return on Denmark's benchmark equity index has exceeded 120 percent since rates first went negative in mid-2012.
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