Losses Loom as New Normal at Japan’s Banks, Ex-BOJ Official Says

Reporting losses may become widespread for Japanese banks in the near future as their bottom lines suffer from a shrinking population and interest rates kept at ultra-low levels by the Bank of Japan, …
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