Japan Overnight Call Rate Falls to Zero as BOJ Policy Kicks InBy and
Central bank applies rate of minus 0.1% on excess reserves
`Matter of time before we see deals done at minus rates': Sato
As the Bank of Japan began charging interest Tuesday on some deposits it holds, rates in the nation’s overnight interbank market are hovering around zero while banks try to catch up in setting negative interest rates on their systems.
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