The Bank of Japan is on its guard against further economic turbulence in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in the United States, BOJ Gov. Masaru Hayami said Tuesday.

“While the economic effects of the terrorist attacks have been limited so far . . . we still do not know when (economic conditions and share prices) will settle down,” Hayami said during a regular news conference.

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