Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision Explained

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  • Minus 0.1 percent applies to part of current account balances
  • BOJ follows other European banks into negative-rate territory

Weighing the Impact of Kuroda’s Negative Rate Move

The Bank of Japan pushed interest rates below zero Friday, after years of keeping them at the lower end of the positive range.

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