G-20 pledge signposts en route to 'normal' monetary policy

Brisbane, Australia

The world's biggest economies committed to an "ongoing exchange of information" and to be "mindful of impacts on the global economy" as they 'normalise' monetary policy, at the Group of 20 (G-20) meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors held in Brisbane, Australia last weekend.

The 20 finance ministers agreed moreover to an "ambitious" programme of growth-promotion to expand the global economy by $2 trillion more than is currently forecast, recognising that "the global economy

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