Finance Minister Sadakazu Tanigaki said Tuesday the Group of Seven major nations agree that foreign-exchange rates should reflect economic fundamentals, and any G7 action will be based on that belief.

“The idea that foreign exchange should reflect economic fundamentals in a stable manner, and that necessary action will be taken to counter excessive speculation and overshooting, has been widely held by the G7,” Tanigaki said at a news conference.

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