Bank of Japan’s net income rises for second year due to earnings from ETFs

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan’s net income rose in fiscal 2017 for a second straight year due to increased income from its holdings of exchange-traded funds. Net income for the fiscal year ended in March stood at 764.7 billion yen ($7.03 billion …
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