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Professor Alexi Savov's research on the relationship between interest rates and savings is referenced

Excerpt from Equities.com -- "[Savov] finds that for every 1.00% increase in interest rates, the rate banks pay on a typical savings deposit rises by just 0.34%. So, even a 2.00% increase in rates would translate into a relatively paltry 0.68% bump in what consumers would receive from the bank."

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