The Bank of Japan is laying the groundwork for deepening negative interest rates, analysts polled by Reuters said, with two-thirds of respondents expecting the central bank to loosen monetary policy this month.
Risks to the global economy have risen from the protracted U.S.-China trade war and Brexit, among other factors, and Japan’s central bank is not alone in having to consider launching more stimulus to avert a sharp slowdown.
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