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Leaders of Europe's biggest economies agree on the need to regulate all financial markets, including hedge funds.

US tax bills will begin to fall from April, President Barack Obama says, hailing a new tax cut as the fastest ever to take effect.

Asian nations plan to extend an emergency cash fund, seeking to better protect them from the financial crisis.

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