Japan banks slash JGB holdings to record lows

TOKYO — Japanese banks have sold off domestic government bonds to their lowest holding levels on record, scrambling for near-term profit as negative interest rates erode spreads in core lending operations. Holdings of Japanese government bonds were down …
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