Danske Bank: Negative interest rates will cause Danes' investments to skyrocket

Retail investors have placed deposits worth billions of kroner in the financial markets, and according to Danske Bank, this trend is here to stay.

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Danes' invested savings will grow explosively in the next two and a half years.

Danske Bank estimates this in an analysis of the banking sector. According to the Denmark's largest bank, the introduction of negative interest on deposits leads Danish private customers to investing their deposits.

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