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Japan banks brave negative rates, thanks in part to Trump

Banks' fixed-income trading gets boost from surging global bond yields and market volatility

Tokyo

JAPAN's biggest banks have navigated through a year of negative interest rates and choppy financial markets with their profits intact, thanks at least in part to Donald Trump.

When the Bank of Japan announced the policy on Jan 29 last year, shareholders, analysts and

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