Japan’s Lenders Need to Be More Nimble Investors, Ex-Banker Says

“You buy when you think it is timely and sell to lock-in capital gains.” The Bank of Japan’s negative interest-rate policy is pressuring domestic lenders to take too much risk, Takahide Kiuchi, a former BOJ board member, said in an interview last mont
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