Japan’s Bank Earnings Hindered by Negative Rates, Stronger Yen

TOKYO—Profits at Japan’s top banks were hurt by negative interest rates and a stronger yen in the fiscal first half, highlighting challenges in the banking industry. Japan’s biggest lender, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. or MUFG, reported net …
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