Bank of Japan Reduces Funds Subject to Negative-Rate Policy

  • Economist says this may be a softening of the new policy
  • Bank stocks surge in Tokyo trading after the announcement

Japan's Negative Rates Fail to Boost Credit

The Bank of Japan is reducing the share of funds financial institutions keep at the BOJ that will be subject to the new negative interest rate policy.

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