Global financial markets need Japan’s benchmark interest rate to be returned to “normal,” Reserve Bank of Australia Gov. Glenn Stevens said.
“It’s fundamentally a distortion” to have Japan’s interest rates as low as they are, Stevens said Friday in Queensland. “The sooner the Japanese interest rates are able to be normal again the better from the point of view of the global financial system.”
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