TAKE-A-LOOK-G20 finance ministers meeting in Moscow Feb. 15/16
The Group of 20 nations declared on Saturday there would be no currency war and deferred plans to set new debt-cutting targets, underlining broad concern about the fragile state of the world economy. Click on codes in brackets to read the main stories. LATEST STORIES > G20 back from currency brink, heat off Japan > G20 promises unlikely to end devaluation row > TEXT-Main points of G20 finance communique > HIGHLIGHTS-Policymakers' quotes at G20 (Day 2) > Britain, France and Germany back tax clampdown FRIDAY STORIES > G20 set to dilute G7 demands on currencies > HIGHLIGHTS-Policymakers' quotes at G20 summit > BOJ to defend bold monetary easing at G20 > Draghi: currency talk fruitless,self-defeating > Growth possible with fiscal discipline -Canada EARLIER STORIES > G7 fires warning shot over FX,markets confused > Back to the future as G20 comes to Russia > G20 to skirt potholes, follow growth signposts > G20 focus on debts, not Japan-bashing - Russia > Russia's G20 to focus on jobs, investment ANALYSES > Low growth saps globalisation support pre-G20 > Russia struggles with investor mistrust > Euro overshoot will rekindle tensions > Japan needs a weak yen for foreseeable future GRAPHICS > USDJPY and relative balance sheets> EURUSD and relative balance sheets> JPY futures positioning> EUR futures positioning
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