Ex-BOJ Official Sees Side-Effects From Negative Rate PolicyBy and
Hideo Hayakawa cites concern over charges on deposit accounts
Bank of Japan introduced negative rate policy last month
The Bank of Japan’s new negative interest rate policy may bring “side-effects” if the central bank further pushes rates into the red, a former BOJ chief economist said Sunday.
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