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Negative interest rate seen calming Japan's volatile markets -- for now

The Bank of Japan

TOKYO -- The Bank of Japan's surprise move to introduce a negative interest rate will likely help to calm financial markets, which have been swinging wildly since the start of this year.

     Analysts expect the BOJ's latest easing move to weaken the yen against the dollar and push up Japanese stocks for the time being.

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