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in Japan it now costs money to leave cash in your current account at least it does if you're a financial institution trying to leave money with the central bank , the bank of Japan's stunning markets with the move to negative interest right , they opted to charge point one percent interest on account held with the bank by financial institutions , policy pioneered by the European central bank in twenty fourteen and it seems to be getting a welcome from investors Asian shares jumping in the wake of the movie