The central bankers group held their meeting in Basel.
The correction, sparked by heavy losses in China late February which then moved over onto Wall Street and other markets, was "broad, global and rapid", said G10 chairman Jean-Claude Trichet.
It was a "useful reminder that there are still risks. Our con
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