UPDATE 1-Nissan CEO: logical for yen to weaken, 'neutral' rate 90-100/dlr


(Updates with quotes, background, details) ATSUGI, Japan, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co CEO Carlos Ghosn said on Monday that it was logical for the yen to keep weakening, given Japan's deficit and stagnant economy, and that a "neutral" rate would be 90 yen to 100 yen to the dollar. The yen tumbled to a nine-month low of 81.66 yen against the dollar earlier on Monday following the Bank of Japan's surprise easing earlier this month. That level is still far from making Japanese ...

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