- G20 carves out some more wiggle room on austerity plans (Reuters)
- Fed's Williams: QE3 to likely top $600 billion (Reuters)
- Europe, central bank spar over Athens aid (WSJ)
- Unlimited lending may help weaken the yen, BOJ official says (Bloomberg)
- Central bank reports economic growth of 4.6 percent in Chile (Santiago Times)
- G20 acknowledges slippage on swaps reform (Reuters)
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