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Japan Post Bank seen hurting most from Bank of Japan's negative rates

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Japan Post Bank, the nation's biggest holder of customer deposits, may also face pressure to diversify investments because of an increase in the amount of cash that savers are allowed to leave.

Tokyo

JAPAN Post Bank Co stands to lose the most from the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) decision to introduce negative interest rates as plummeting bond yields underscore its reliance on the country's debt for income.

The postal bank, one of the biggest holders of Japanese government bonds...

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