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Toshio Miki, a member of the Bank of Japan Policy Board, voiced concern Thursday that this week’s terrorist attacks on the United States will have a major negative impact on Japan’s financial markets.

The attacks “are likely to bring about a rise in crude-oil prices, a plunge in share prices and a surge in long-term interest rates,” he told a news conference in Niigata.

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