Japanese pension fund shouldering costs of BOJ’s negative rate

TOKYO — Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund has decided to pay the interest on deposits mandated by the Bank of Japan’s negative rate policy, taking the weight off an overextended intermediary bank. As the world’s biggest pension fund, the GPIF …
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