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Negative rate not having intended effect

TOKYO -- A negative interest rate policy on Tuesday introduced itself to the Japanese money market. Stock market players, however, breathed a sigh of relief as the Nikkei Stock Average continued its recent rise.

     Still, concerns remain over the China-led global economic slowdown and Europe's financial system.

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