Jan

29

"Japan adopts negative interest rate in surprise move"

Didn't they do this in the 80s as well? Was this on the Commercial and Industrial (C&I) loans in the 80s?

John Floyd writes: 

10 year government yields tell you the story [quote]. Factor in the deflation, lack of growth, and JPY move [link]. More recently look at the shifts in the Balance of Payments in large part driven by oil and nuclear issues [link]. But the core of the question is best summarized by asking what are the likely policy actions going to be and how might markets react given where the macro story is likely to move to. For example, consider the sovereign debt levels [link], demographics trends and their influence on consumption, etc., where is future inflation likely to be, and then factor in Japanese stoicism [link].


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