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ROME (Reuters) - Italian prime minister-elect Silvio Berlusconi said on Wednesday he would help the European Union regain some of the influence in international affairs that he said it had lost since he was last in power.
Confronted with flagging U.S. growth and market turmoil, the world's top economies urged coordinated action to restore confidence in the global financial system, but refused to issue across-the-board prescriptions to boost growth.
Leading central banks, which have pulled together to tackle the global credit crunch over the past six months, have shown far less co-ordination over monetary policy.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy is angry with Bank of France Governor Christian Noyer for not having informed the government earlier about the losses at Societe Generale, a source close to the matter said on Friday.
The KL Composite Index may reach 1,500 points within the first quarter and possibly around 1,600 points by year-end, supported by palm oil and telecommunications-related stock performances, says Citi Investment Research.