Negative Rates Failed to Boost Japan Bank Lending in MarchBy and
Bank of Japan started policy in February to spur credit
Analyst `skeptical' whether sub-zero rates will fuel loans
Japanese loan growth slowed to the weakest pace in three years in March, signaling the central bank’s introduction of negative interest rates has yet to spur credit in the world’s third-largest economy.
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