Denmark's largest commercial pension fund is debunking stock-bubble theories Negative interest rates are unnaturally propping up the stock market and at some point the whole edifice will collapse. It’s an oft-repeated theory, but history suggests it might be wrong. Photo: PR BY Frances Schwartzkopff / BLOOMBERG Published: 12.11.19 at 06:06 Share by email Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Log in to read our articles Welcome to AMWatch. A part of our content is exclusive and reserved for our users. Log in Try AMWatch for 14 days. Get a trial subscription here. Do you want a trial subscription with multiple users for yourself and your colleagues? Read more about your options and find the contact information to our sales team here. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Related articles Next downturn in the Nordics will take a different shape as new type of investors emerge in corporate bond funds, says Coeli CIO PFA's new CIO is only getting accustomed to doing commercial business: "Our main scenario is high performance throughout the year" "ATP is simply one of the most attractive work places for an investor"