If I Reacted to Other People’s Careers the Way They React to Me Becoming a Mathematician
That was good!
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In "Paranormal" Europe, Banks Will Pay You To Borrow, And Charge You To Savehttp://www.nytimes.c...id=tw-share&_r=1
In Europe, Bond Yields and Interest Rates Go Through the Looking Glass
At first, Eva Christiansen barely noticed the number. Her bank called to say that Ms. Christiansen, a 36-year-old entrepreneur here, had been approved for a small-business loan. She whooped. She danced. A friend took pictures.
“I think I was so happy I got the loan, I didn’t hear everything he said,” she recalled.
And then she was told again about her interest rate. It was -0.0172 percent — less than zero. While there would be fees to pay, the bank would also pay interest to her. It was just a little over $1 a month, but still.
Last month, Ida Mottelson, a 27-year-old student, received an email from her bank telling her that it would start charging her one-half of 1 percent to hold her money.
If you have 200 apples, and give them to me to hold for you, how many apples for you do I have? 199 of course!