BOJ warns of risk from lax bank loans to ‘middle risk companies’

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan warned on Thursday of a potential spike in credit costs stemming from a rise in bank loans to companies undertaking low profit businesses if the economy should slow or interest rates rise. Financial institutions are …
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