The Group of Seven nations will probably maintain their vigilance on currencies next week without committing themselves to supporting the dollar, said Eisuke Sakakibara, Japan’s former top currency-policy official.

G7 finance ministers and central bankers will probably repeat their language that excessive foreign-exchange movements are undesirable, Sakakibara, 67, said Thursday in an interview.

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