Low interest rates still squeezing Japanese banking profits

TOKYO — Japan’s five leading banking groups reported a third straight year of shrinking aggregate profit Monday, hampered by the central bank’s negative interest rate policy, but the strength of their overseas operations helped stave off a worse result.
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