It's 'very unlikely' for the BOJ to cut rates further: Strategist

Max Lin of NatWest Markets says, among the G-10 central banks, the Bank of Japan probably has one of the least amounts of "dry powder." He also says the negative interest rate policy has been "hugely unpopular" and it's unlikely that the BOJ will cut more deeply into negative territory.
Mon, Jul 29 201911:00 PM EST