Bank of Japan Posts First Loss in Four Years

The Bank of Japan incurred a net loss in its half-year earnings for the first time in four years and saw its capital adequacy ratio slide, underscoring the strain its aggressive asset-buying program is putting on its massive balance sheet. Profits from the …
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