NEW YORK -- The recent sharp drop in Japan's stock market will not lead to a credit-rating review of Japanese banks, a Standard & Poor's Corp. officer said this week.

"We're not in danger of seeing undercapitalized banks or changes in credit ratings as a result of the lower stock market" in Japan, said Ernest Napier, vice president of international finance, at a seminar hosted by the ratings agency.

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