Central banks in third day of cash support

Central banks around the world continued for a third consecutive day to pump cash into global money markets on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, the Bank of Japan became the latest major central bank to join the money-lending parade, extending more than $28 billion in new cash for companies. Also joining in the emergency efforts was the Bank of Russia, which made $44.9 billion worth of rubles available to Russian banks and financial companies that are facing a tougher time accessing cash to fund their

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