BoJ’s Nishimura sees risks from commodity-linked instruments


Kiyohiko Nishimura, a deputy governor of the Bank of Japan, on Tuesday said that while financial investments in commodity markets provide an important source of liquidity, policy-makers should monitor developments in these markets more closely.

At the Paris Europlace International Financial Forum in Tokyo, Nishimura said: "The growing participation of financial investors in commodity markets can bring important economic benefits by adding liquidity to the market and thereby improving market

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