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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/8685074/Silvio-Berlusconi-announces-G7-to-meet-within-days.html

Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi has announced that G7 finance ministers will meet "within days" of the exploding financial crisis, saying he had conferred with world leaders.

Berlusconi said he was expecting a phone call later today from President Barack Obama about the global economic woes.

Italy also pledged to work for a constitutional amendment requiring the government to balance its budget, as Rome feverishly tries to assure domestic and foreign investors its finances are sound and calm a nervous market.

Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti also told a hastily convened news conference Friday night that Italy, aims to balance its budget in 2013, a year before previously scheduled.

Italy's borrowing costs rose above Spain's for the first time in more than a year, pushing European leaders to interrupt their vacations and look for a response to deepening fears about the health of the eurozone's No. 3 economy.

Nothing like a bit of panic.

Clearly this meeting will settle the nerves of the bond vigilantes and restore order and confidence that debt is indeed wealth.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2022347/Hague-holds-crisis-meeting-economy-150bn-wiped-value-FTSE-just-week.html

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Cameron, Osborne and Clegg remain on holiday despite one of FTSE's worst-ever weeks

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Don't panic! Don't panic! It seems like the politicians want to give the impression they are in control. It's time to panic. :lol:

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I thought they were all on their hols? I can't wait for the 'we've fixed the problem speech' .

Much like Brown's I've saved the world.

Edited by Ash4781

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Yes, it will work for around what 3 days this time?

Thanks interestrateripoff a new kind of post from you , should you not quote Zerohedge at some point , Have you ever considered an individual thought ? Just asking.

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Thanks interestrateripoff a new kind of post from you , should you not quote Zerohedge at some point , Have you ever considered an individual thought ? Just asking.

When/if Zerohedge post about the meeting I'll make sure I post it here just for you.

That OK?

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Berlusconi said he was expecting a phone call later today from President Barack Obama about the global economic woes.

That'll be Barack phoning Silvio for advice.

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There is a G7 phone meeting going on today between the finance ministers and the central banksters, so Berlusconi certainly wasn't talking out of his ar$e.

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Thanks interestrateripoff a new kind of post from you , should you not quote Zerohedge at some point , Have you ever considered an individual thought ? Just asking.

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Don't panic Mr Mainwaring!

From "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels".

SOAP: Don't panic. Let's think about this.

ED: No, **** that. You can think about it. I am panicking and I'm off.

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http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/08/06/uk-crisis-g-idUKTRE7751CV20110806

Finance ministers and central bankers of the Group of Seven major industrialised nations will confer by telephone on turmoil in the financial markets later on Saturday or on Sunday, a senior European diplomatic source said.

Yes it's an emergency but they may talk today or they may talk tomorrow...

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I wonder if he/she/it gets paid for this, maybe by Fubra to keep the site alive with new threads?

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