1 GLOBAL MARKETS
2 OIL PRICES NEAR 2011 HIGHS
3 G20 FINANCE MINISTERS' MEETING
4 GREECE LAUNCHES DEBT CUT OFFER
5 ECB DEFENDS REFUSAL ON GREEK BONDS
6 BRITAIN'S ZIGZAG ECONOMY
7 UK CORPORATE INVESTMENT FALLS
8 IMF TARGETS GOLD SALE PROFITS
9 WORLD BANK REFORMS
10 CHINA'S HOT MONEY OUTFLOW
11 LLOYDS POSTS LOSS
12 VOLKSWAGEN EARNINGS DOUBLED
[OIL PRICES NEAR 2011 HIGHS]
With increased tension over Iran's nuclear program and a weaker dollar, oil prices climb above 109 U.S. dollars per barrel Friday.
[G20 FINANCE MINISTERS' MEETING]
The G20 finance ministers meeting kicked off in Mexico City on Friday. This gathering aims to promote economic stability and development while seeking solutions to the eurozone debt crisis.
[GREECE LAUNCHES DEBT CUT OFFER]
Greece and its bondholders finally reach their consensus on a debt restructuring plan.
[LLOYDS POSTS LOSS]
Lloyds Banking Group posts a huge pre-tax loss for last year.
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