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Tokyo money market adjusts to BOJ's negative interest rate

Outstanding amount of overnight interbank loans more than doubles from a record low


TOKYO'S money market is thawing as banks realise that it is better to pay interest to lend than face the cost of keeping money at the Bank of Japan (BOJ).

The outstanding amount of overnight interbank loans has more than doubled from a record low and the average interest rate

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