G20 summits don’t always set the pulse racing but this week’s gathering of finance ministers and central bankers in Moscow has a better chance than most of grabbing the attention of financial markets. The policymakers meet at a sensitive time with the U.S. Federal Reserve intent on slowing, then exiting a bond-buying program that has been creating $85 billion a month, and Beijing trying to rebalance the world’s most dynamic economy.
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