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G20 powers fear volatile markets
Finance officials from the G20 group of world economic powers expressed concern about the risks of market and exchange rate volatility.
Low oil prices won't spur world growth: Moody's
Low oil prices normally help grease the wheels of business and spur global economic growth, but Moody's said it would not revise its forecasts for the G20,.
G20 'determined' to lift growth but rifts remain
The world's top 20 economies expressed determination to raise global growth but struggled to overcome divisions over the most suitable methods .
IMF urges G20 to take action to unstick global growth
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde urged the Group of 20 major economies to fulfill their pledges to revive the faltering global economy.
Russian navy ships steam off after G20 in Australia
Four Russian navy ships that appeared off Australia's northern coast amid heightened tensions ahead of the G20 summit have now left.
Moscow hopes ties with EU have not crossed 'point of no return': Lavrov
Russia said it hopes its ties with the EU had not yet crossed the point of no return over the Ukraine crisis.
Merkel heads for pub in Brisbane
Most of the world's powerhouse leaders arriving in Brisbane for the G20 summit to relax at their luxury hotels, but not Angela Merkel who opted for the pub.
Obama says US cannot carry 'world economy on our back'
President Barack Obama said the United States cannot "carry the world economy on our back" and urged G20 leaders to work harder to create jobs by revving up growth.
IMF: low oil prices to boost growth
The fall in oil prices to their lowest levels in more than three years should give a boost to the sagging world economy, the International Monetary Fund said.
Pope urges G20 leaders not to forget the poor
Pope Francis has called on G20 leaders not to forget the poor, saying to do so would be "regrettable".
G20 states spend $88bn in fossil fuel exploration subsidies: report
Leading world economies are spending $88 billion (71 billion euros) a year in fossil fuel exploration subsidies.
G20 global infrastructure hub set for Australia
A global infrastructure hub proposed by G20 nations to help strengthen economic growth will be based in Sydney and funded by Australia.
Australia PM vows to 'shirtfront' Putin at G20 over MH17
Prime Minister vowed to "shirtfront", or confront, Russian President at the G20 summit next month over the loss of Australian lives in the MH17 crash.
G20 optimistic on global economy
Finance chiefs of the Group of 20 economic powers said they remained confident about the global economy, despite renewed weakness in areas like the eurozone.
G20 finance chiefs aim to 'change destiny of global economy'
Finance chiefs from G20 nations held talks confident they can "change the destiny of the global economy" despite rising world political tensions.
G20 nations want Putin at leaders' summit
Vladimir Putin is set to attend the G20 leaders' summit in November despite alarm over Russia's actions in Ukraine with host Australia.
Switzerland tops innovation rankings for fourth year
Switzerland has claimed the top spot on the Global Innovation Index for the fourth-straight year while Sub-Saharan Africa "posted significant regional improvement".
G20 lagging on growth targets: Australia
Reforms proposed to lift global growth in line with a target set by the world's biggest economies earlier this year are so far falling short, Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey said.
US Fed chief Yellen asked for ID at G20
She might be one of the most powerful women in the world but that didn't wash with security at the G20 in Sydney who reportedly asked Janet Yellen to show her ID.
US taper should be 'wake-up call' for emerging world: OECD
The OECD Friday said the winding down of US monetary stimulus should be a "wake-up call" for emerging economies to accelerate reforms, but Indonesia and South Africa stepped up criticism of the Federal Reserve heading into G20 talks.
22 january 2013, 18:46
Israelis vote in elections seen swinging to the right
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