18 Mar '11, 1am

BoJ pumps another $48.5 billion into market - Straits Times /@FLASH_NEWS

TOKYO - THE Bank of Japan on Friday pumped three trillion yen (S$48.5 billion) into the financial system to soothe money markets shaken by Japan's huge earthquake, devastating tsunami and a nuclear emergency.

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Money/Story/STIS...

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