September 5, 2013 / 10:01 AM / in 4 years

TAKE-A-LOOK-Syria casts long shadow at G20 summit

Leaders from the Group of 20 nations meet in St. Petersburg on Thursday and
Friday with the prospect of military action against Syria dividing major powers
and market turmoil causing real pain for emerging economies.

> Pressure mounts on Obama over Syria at G20 summit         
> Emerging market pain dominates G20 economy talks          
> BRICS to commit $100 bln to FX fund, completion way off   
> Japan to pursue growth, fiscal plan, no word on sales tax  
> IMF sees emerging economies vulnerable to U.S. tapering   
> Russia's Putin sees chance to turn tables on Obama at G20 
> Japan to tell G20 it will proceed with sales tax hike     
> FSB's Carney warns G20 of risk of fragmented bank rules   
> India pushes for joint FX intervention; action unclear     
> South Africa backs "global action" against market turmoil 
> BRICS agree on bank structure, progress difficult -Russia 
> Merkel urges more market rules, co-opts SPD's pet issue   
> 'Shadow' banks face 2015 deadline to meet global rules    
> G20 puts growth before austerity, vows to tread carefully 
> TEXT-Closing communique from G20 finance ministers meet   
> Asset performance since Fed tapering hint> Central bank reserves in emerging markets> Emerging market current account balances> Emerging markets sovereign credit risk> Emerging mkt equity performance by region> Emerging markets FX in 2013> BRIC manufacturing PMIs

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