An Unintended Consequence of Low Interest Rates? The Big Get Bigger


As companies have to shift their business model to contend with low interest rates, the largest find themselves in a comparatively better situation.

Today’s episode of The Breakdown is an extended edition of the Brief.

The final topic today looks at news that some large money market funds are shifting fees from users and taking the financial hit themselves. This creates a dynamic where only the largest companies can survive long term, and reflects a key unintended consequence of low interest rates.

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