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  1. ... it or not, Japanese interest rates were NEGATIVE for a while on deposit rates ... was until recently that the Bank of Japan was trying to fight a...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 11/01/2007

  2. ... can't have negative interest rate . Zero ...'t help most of us. The...determine what the big banks are paying... to Japan in the 90s. They...

    9 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/12/2007

  3. ... who are not interested in long term ..." (risks of closing doors... of the world (you worsen rating - investors choose..., USA, Japan etc... will be at the end...

    5 Answers · Social Science · 30/06/2014

  4. ...an equal amount of US ... Bank has... exchange rate is much... the " interest rate arbitrage theory... rates in Japan - which actually went negative for a while, but...

    4 Answers · Social Science · 02/12/2010

  5. ... those of the 70's and we don't have the usual tools of reducing interest rates (they can't go negative ) or tax rises to escape hyperinflation. I believe you should...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 10/01/2013

  6. ...to maintain yen exchange rate at better levels 4. Japan might need to step up the import of food and other ... central bank has ...have turned negative with regard to the ...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 20/03/2011

  7. ...result: the national debt in Japan will approach 200% of GDP in 2010! ...trap: deflation will cause interest rates to fall. If ...to sit on cash and save. Bank deposits will outrun...

    5 Answers · Social Science · 01/06/2009

  8. .... During the 1990s, Japan effectively had negative interest rates on savings, a receding economy, deflation and most conditions of a liquidity trap. Were they? That...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 02/02/2008

  9. ...a loan you will find you always will have an interest rate to pay. Large sums of money have inherent value -- You see large... invested -- this is where banks , for example, make alot of their money...

    7 Answers · Politics & Government · 02/07/2013

  10. ... a big increase from the negative savings rate that we have had for the... saving because of their recession fears...the US is to watch interest rates on US ...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 27/02/2009

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