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US and European Union leaders agreed to meet this weekend to prepare for a global summit to overhaul the world's financial system, while fears of worldwide recession continued to rattle markets.
Markets around the world remained worried about a global recession despite signs that the credit market was finally thawing.
In Europe, central banks renewed efforts to free up liquidity and unblock frozen lending, with further action from Switzerland, Britain and the European Central Bank.
French President Nicholas Sarkozy, currently representing the EU on the world stage, said at an EU summit in Brussels he would meet U.S. President George W. Bush on Saturday.
Japan's Prime Minister, Taro Aso, said Washington may need to push yet more cash into its banks to restore investor confidence, shattered by a crisis that began with a U.S. housing market collapse and now threatens economies worldwide.
Originally posted by noobfun
so are they scrapping the amero and moving straight on to a matching new cash denomination for the new shiney market
the euro dollar
the euromerica ??