Japan central bank may tolerate yield rises to around 0.4 percent: ex-BOJ executive

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan may allow long-term interest rates to creep up to around 0.4 percent under new guidance introduced last month, which lays the groundwork for “stealth” rate hikes, t…
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