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G20 summit to test EU debt deal

More »The world’s most powerful political leaders will gather this week in France to chart a course for the global economy as the outlook for growth remains fraught with risks. The two-day Group of 20 summit kicks off Thursday in Cann...
by Penny Stock DD on Nov 1, 2011

G20 summit to test EU debt deal

More »The world’s most powerful political leaders will gather this week in France to chart a course for the global economy as the outlook for growth remains fraught with risks. The two-day Group of 20 summit kicks off Thursday in Cann...
by Penny Stock DD on Nov 1, 2011

G20 pledges support, but investors want action

More »Finance ministers and central bankers from the world’s largest economies reiterated their pledge to stabilize the global economy, but they failed to impress investors, who are eager for the Group of 20 to take action. In a state...
by Penny Stock DD on Oct 25, 2011

G20 eyes boosting IMF role in eurozone

More »The finance chiefs of the world’s leading economies have opened the door for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to play a bigger role in fighting the eurozone’s escalating debt troubles. The Group of 20 (G20) rich and d...
by Penny Stock DD on Oct 16, 2011

G20 meeting sparks optimism

The G20 finance ministers start a two day meeting today and the main point on the agenda is to tackle Europe’s debt woes.  The Euro has pushed higher on the expectation that the meeting will help boost the IMF’s lending resources. Yesterday the...
by Wise Money on Oct 14, 2011

IMF push hints at emerging market frustration in G20

More » A short-lived push by developing economies at G20 talks to give the IMF more resources hinted at the frustration simmering among emerging powers who are powerless to halt a euro zone crisis that is hurting their own prospects. Full...
by Penny Stock DD on Oct 14, 2011

IMF push hints at emerging market frustration in G20

More » A short-lived push by developing economies at G20 talks to give the IMF more resources hinted at the frustration simmering among emerging powers who are powerless to halt a euro zone crisis that is hurting their own prospects. Full...
by Penny Stock DD on Oct 14, 2011

Stocks Could Rally on Retail Sales, Euro Hopes

More »The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a higher opening on Friday, with sentiment likely to remain upbeat on hopes that a G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meeting held over today and tomorrow could thrash out a v...
by Penny Stock DD on Oct 14, 2011

Euro zone debt crisis on G20 Paris meeting

G20 finance chiefs and central bank heads from the world's biggest economies meet in Paris on Friday needing to find a solution to a deepening euro zone debt crisis that has fanned fears of a global recession. Underlining the challenge for European...
by 3packdad on Oct 14, 2011

A Greek default on the cards but the banks aren’t listening

The markets expect a Greek default and time is running out. However, banks still haven’t recognised enough of this loss, highlighting the pent-up risk in the sector. Deep-seated scepticism continues to drive market volatility and this will continue...
by The Investment Insight on Oct 11, 2011

G20 spurred risk-on sentiment for some time

The Group of 20 has managed to encourage the markets: the nations pledged “strong and coordinated” response to the problems of the global economy, among which G20 named such factors as “heightened downside risks from sovereign stresses, fina...
by Forex Quebec on Sep 23, 2011

G20 Pledges to Support Banks, Short on Specifics

More »The world’s major economies pledged on Thursday to prevent the euro zone’s debt crisis from undermining banks and markets but announced no new specific measures to shore up confidence in the global economy. Full article he...
by Penny Stock DD on Sep 22, 2011

Debt Is Not The Cause Of The Crisis

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and Stephen Harper are all over the media attacking European Union politicians for failing to take decisive action to deal with the "debt overhang", particularly in places like Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy. This fai...
by RedBedHead on Sep 22, 2011

Towards more Tobin Tax Talks

French Finance Minister Francois has been reported to push for concrete results concerning international financial tax discussions to prepare the November’s G20 Summit. According to Reuters, Baroin and his German counterpart Wolfgang Schaeubl...
by wwweconomicsummitsinfo on Aug 29, 2011

S&P downgrade: What is needed from US, Europe, G20 to settle mkts

More »Following are analysts’ views on what U.S., European and G20 policymakers could do to stem the tide.  MOHAMED EL-ERIAN, PIMCO  “Some of the immediate impact will be forestalled by the fact that no other country is able a...
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 7, 2011

S&P downgrade: What is needed from US, Europe, G20 to settle mkts

More »Following are analysts’ views on what U.S., European and G20 policymakers could do to stem the tide.  MOHAMED EL-ERIAN, PIMCO  “Some of the immediate impact will be forestalled by the fact that no other country is able a...
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 7, 2011

G20 deputies to hold crisis call Saturday: Brazil

More »Deputy finance ministers from the Group of 20 leading economic powers will hold a conference call on Saturday to discuss the crises in Europe and the United States, a Brazilian finance ministry official said. The official told Reuters...
by Penny Stock DD on Aug 6, 2011

G20 Inquiry: T.O. Cops Plead Stupidity, Incompetence

Tell me this, if your boss gave you the power to use any resources at the disposal of the company to organize an event, along with the help of half of the entire workforce - plus hundreds more people from other workplaces - and six months to plan for...
by RedBedHead on Jun 24, 2011

G20 protest death officer to appear in court

PC Simon Harwood to face charge of manslaughter over death of Ian Tomlinson at G20 demonstration in April 2009 The Scotland Yard officer accused of killing homeless newspaper vendor Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests is to appear in court on Monda...


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