TAKE-A-LOOK-G20 to move towards market-determined FX rates

Finance leaders from the Group of 20 economies pledged on
Saturday to move toward market-determined exchange rates and
commit to to a full range of polices to reduce excessive
external imbalances.

The finance ministers and central bank governors called the
global economic recovery “fragile and uneven” ahead of a
leaders meet in Seoul next month.

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MAIN STORY: > G20 strikes key IMF deal, waters down econ
pact[ID:nTOE69M004]
OTHER LATEST STORIES: > G20 to reduce imbalances, avoids hard
targets [ID:nASF000039] > China urges responsible econ
policies [ID:nTOE69M02I] > U.S. Geithner, China’s Wang
to meet on Sunday [ID:nTOE69M02R] > Germany: US policy of
raising liquidity wrong [ID:nBAT005723] > Emerging economies
get more power at IMF [ID:nTOE69M01A] > Strong currency
on Bank of Canada’s radar [ID:nN23202434] > South Korea
says G20 set tougher fx tone [ID:nTOE69M02N]
LATEST OFFICIAL ACTIONS/STATEMENTS ON CURRENCIES: > IMF’s
Blanchard sees China strengthening yuan [ID:nN21112415] >
BoE’s King:imbalances could trigger collapse [ID:nSLAJLE6FX]
> Geithner vows U.S. will not devalue dollar [ID:nN18291636]
> EU’s Rehn says G20 must rebalance world growth
[ID:nLDE69I1SR] > China c.banker: yuan reform to be gradual
[ID:nBJA002314]
FACTBOXES/SCENARIOS: > HIGHLIGHTS-G20 finance chiefs

[ID:nTOE69M002] > G20 financial regulation agenda

[ID:nTOE69M00S] > TEXT-Communique from Group of 20
finance chiefs[ID:nTOE69M01E] > TEXT-Geithner G20 press remarks

[ID:nTOE69M024] > TEXT-Geithner’s letter to G20

[ID:nTOE69L05V] > How the world can tackle
skewed growth, FX [ID:nTOE69K01X] > Official comments on
global currency tensions [ID:nSGE69J0AX] > What happened at
the IMF meetings [ID:nN10287368] > Q&A-G20 plans
for “too big to fail” banks [ID:nLDE69K11J] > Steps
nations are taking to counter hot money [ID:nSGE69503F] > How
will new IMF surveillance work? [ID:nN10284231]
ANALYSIS: > Tide of history against G20 grand plan
[ID:nTOE69J02T] > A strong enough dollar in US best interest
[ID:nN19117796] > Currency tensions a side-show in Fed
thinking [ID:nN13209803] > Can IMF teach emerging market
lessons [ID:nN10282369] > The return of “great power
politics” [ID:nLDE6962DQ]
COLUMNS/OPINION: > G20 will hopefully knock sense into leaders

[ID:nN2297623] > Geithner talks to the G20 but aims at
China [ID:nLDE69L0KY] > Geithner no warrior in currency
battle [ID:nLDE69I0PH] > After China hike, stick with
emerging Asia FX [ID:nSGE69J020] > China lifts rates — now
what about the yuan? [ID:nLDE69I1YC] > Who’s winning the
currency wars? [ID:nLDE69A0JE]
GRAPHICS: > Package of graphics on currencies, trade and
monetary policy:
http://r.reuters.com/deh58p
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Page Editor: Ed Lane, G20 Newsroom, +82 54 744 8461
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TAKE-A-LOOK-G20 to move towards market-determined FX rates