The terrorist attacks in the United States sent shock waves through stock markets around the world.

The Tokyo market, however, has maintained a relative stability as it was experiencing steeper falls in stock prices than other major markets overseas before the Sept. 11 attacks, while there are lingering expectations of advances in Japan’s structural reforms.

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