kamikaze pricing

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The practice of offering loans and transactions at exceptionally low rates to capture a larger share of the corporate banking market. It is used pejoratively to describe the practice of some Japanese banks and stockbrokers, and is named after the Japanese suicide pilots of World War II.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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