If the Fed takes interest rates negative, it will do so in spectacular fashion and avoid 'dipping a policy rate toe' below zero, Standard Chartered said
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Standard Chartered said if the Fed were to introduce negative interest rates, it would have to be at least -0.5% or -1%, in what the bank called a "Hail Mary" move.

"No one likes trying a 'Hail Mary' from midfield as the clock ticks down when you are losing, but you kick the ball a long way in that situation," Standard Chartered analysts said in a note. 

The Fed has yet to use negative rates, but Standard Chartered said it might experiment with them if the US economy...

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