Japanese banks, which have been rapidly accumulating bundled corporate loans abroad, are vulnerable to a steep drop in their prices if the global economy deteriorates, the nation’s central bank has warned.
The ratings and market prices of even top-rated collateralized loan obligations, or CLOs, held by Japanese banks “could fall substantially” if economic and market conditions change significantly, the Bank of Japan said Thursday in its semiannual financial system report.
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