G7 didn't discuss exchange rates says Duisenberg

US - Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of Seven leading industrial nations didn't discuss foreign exchange during their meeting Saturday, "apart from the usual statements," European Central Bank President Wim Duisenberg said.

Speaking as the G7 meeting was winding up, Duisenberg reaffirmed his view that the Euro still has room to appreciate, given the lack of fundamental imbalances in the euro zone.

At the same news conference, Spanish Finance Minister - and current president of

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