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Jose Canseco goes off on the Bank of Japan, calls JGBs 'Willy Wonka bonds' (JPY, USDJPY)

Jose Canseco has entered the negative interest rate deabte.  In a few tweets on Wednesday night, baseball great Jose Canseco offered his thoughts on the Bank of Japan's new policy to institute a negative interest rate of -0.1% on some reserves parked at the bank.  Additionally, as of trading on late Wednesday night in New York the yield on Japanese Government Bonds, or JGBs, was negative out to 8 years.
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