Japan to order Suruga Bank to halt new property loans after scandal: sources

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s financial regulator will order Suruga Bank to stop making new loans for property investments in the aftermath of a lending scandal that has slammed the regional bank’s shares …
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