The Bank of Japan moves to offer ¥2T ($21.6B) in overnight liquidity today, trying to...

|By:, SA News Editor

The Bank of Japan moves to offer ¥2T ($21.6B) in overnight liquidity today, trying to “increase markets’ sense of security” in light of the ongoing debt crisis in Greece. BOJ is the first central bank to react to fears about sovereign debt default by adding liquidity.