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Market Outlook: G20 meeting starts today

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The annual meeting of the world’s (supposedly) most important nations has not got off to a good start, expectations constantly being managed downwards. German Chancellor Angela Merkel will arrive late because her government Airbus A340 plane was forced to turn around and land in Cologne one hour after take-off due to a technical fault. She and her finance minister, Olaf Scholz, will leave Germany today on a commercial flight. In Buenos Aires, the final of football’s Copa Libertadores between arch-rivals River Plate an Boca Juniors had to be postponed due to an attack on the team’s bus; it will take place in Real Madrid’s stadium on December 9th.

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