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#Currency Wars

# currency-wars - Friday 15 February, 2013

G20 finance ministers meet to avert 'currency wars'

Ministers from the world’s most developed countries are meeting in Russia hoping to agree not to devalue their currencies.

# currency-wars - Friday 13 April, 2012

Chinese economy has worst growth in three years... at 8.1 per cent

Economic output in Q1 was up by 8.1 per cent on the same time last year. Unsurprisingly, analysts aren’t too worried.

# currency-wars - Friday 7 October, 2011

US Senate delays vote to sanction China over 'currency wars'

A bill placing economic sanctions on China for devaluing its currency is delayed, and may not make it through the House anyway.

# currency-wars - Monday 7 March, 2011

French finance ministry hit by coordinated G20 hack

Around 150 computers within the government department redirected information to Chinese sites in December.

# currency-wars - Friday 12 November, 2010

G20 leaders agree to avoid global 'currency war'

Good news for the EU, as world leaders pledge not to aggressively devalue currencies – but there’s no concrete action.

# currency-wars - Saturday 23 October, 2010

G20 agrees on 'biggest ever reform' of the IMF G20

G20 agrees on 'biggest ever reform' of the IMF

The world’s biggest economies agree a deal that gives emerging economies a bigger role in the IMF’s affairs.

# currency-wars - Monday 18 October, 2010

Big Mac Index predicts a 30 per cent fall in the euro

Oops. As the international currency bunfight gets underway, the Big Mac Index suggests the euro is overvalued by almost a third.

# currency-wars - Monday 11 October, 2010

Global economies threaten war over currency valuations

A weekend summit of finance ministers broke up with bitter words – and no resolution – on financing policies.