The recent terrorist attacks in the United States prompted foreign investors to unload their equity holdings on the Japanese stock market last week.

Nonresidents turned net sellers of Japanese stocks for the first time in five weeks, selling nearly 300 billion yen more than they bought, the largest in three months, according to a weekly industry report.

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