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WORLD BUSINESS NEWS - German officials: EU backs financial regulation - KAAL-TV

(AP) BERLIN - German officials say European leaders gathered in Berlin have backed sweeping regulations for financial markets and hedge funds. Government officials say leaders of Europe’s key economies have agreed that "no financial market, no in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

According to an agreement acquired by The Associated Press from German government officials, leaders from Europe's largest economies said the IMF had to be strengthened so it could "help its members swiftly and flexibly." The heads of state and in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

Gro├čansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: European leaders hope to clean up the way financial business is done around the world European Union leaders and finance ministers meeting in Berlin forged a plan aimed at driving forward an overhaul in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

Germany: EU backs blanket financial regulation 02.22.09 EU APNewsAlert 02.22.09 Clinton: US, China leadership key to aid economy 02.22.09 TV: Iran to feature new satellite on currency 02.22.09 According to an agreement acquired by The Associated in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

BEIJING — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton wants China to continue investing in the United States because the two countries’ financial futures are closely tied together. “I certainly do think that the Chinese government and in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

British Premier Gordon Brown, left, reaches out to give a welcome kiss to German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Germany, Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009. German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosts a meeting of key European leaders to help prepare for an April in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

BERLIN (AP) - European leaders backed sweeping new regulations for financial markets and hedge funds at a summit Sunday in Berlin, German officials reported, as politicians and nations scrambled to tame the global economic crisis. German Chancellor in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

Most everyone agrees that something is very wrong with the six-page federal form for families seeking help with college costs. Created in 1992 to simplify applying for financial aid, it has become so intimidating — with more than 100 questions in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

BERLIN -- German officials say European leaders gathered in Berlin have backed sweeping regulations for financial markets and hedge funds. Government officials say leaders of Europe's key economies have agreed that "no financial market, no financial in STOCKMARKET NEWS >

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