Bank of Japan's Negative Interest Rate Decision ExplainedBy
Minus 0.1 percent applies to part of current account balances
BOJ follows other European banks into negative-rate territory
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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