JSCC turns to commercial banks in rejig of liquidity reserves

Funds stashed at the Bank of Japan down 31% on the previous quarter

The Japan Securities Clearing Corporation (JSCC) withdrew funds from the Bank of Japan and deposited more cash with commercial banks in the second quarter.

The central counterparty (CPP) disclosed ¥122.9 billion ($1.12 billion) in central bank balances, down from ¥178.2 billion in the prior quarter – a 31% decrease. 

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