Japan’s Ultra-Low Rates Could Hurt Banks’ Business, Economists Say: Reuters Poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – Economists fear that the Bank of Japan’s ultra-low interest rates could hurt banks’ ability to do business if they are kept too long, a Reuters poll found on Wednesday. BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda flagged this possibility when he …
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