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BoJ Adopts A Negative Rate: What You Need To Know

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) made history overnight when the policy board of the bank decided to introduce "Quantitative Monetary Easing with a Negative Interest Rate."  This decision means that the BoJ will now apply a negative interest rate of minus 0.1% to the marginally increased part of current accounts that financial institutions hold at the bank.
BoJ: A three-tier system
In the implementation of this system, the bank will adopt a three . . .

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