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In response to volatile market conditions, the G-7 financial authorities announced late on March 17 that they would jointly intervene the next day to reduce the value of the yen, citing concerns about "excess volatility and disorderly movements." The yen immediately depreciated and traded with much less volatility in the subsequent week.