Global finance chiefs are seeking to find common ground on currencies after an effort to calm tensions between rich governments backfired.
of 20 finance ministers and central bankers begin talks in Moscow today
with investors seeking clarity on how comfortable they are with a
sliding yen. Questions are being asked after the Group of Seven united
around a pledge not to target exchange rates only to divide over its
meaning for Japan.
have to get to the bottom of this, of course, listen to our Japanese
colleagues and how they explain this and what decisions they will take
and what exchange-rate policy they will follow,” Russian Finance
Minister Anton Siluanov said in an interview yesterday before hosting
the meeting. He said the G-20 should adopt more “specific” language
opposing exchange-rate interference in a statement to be released
stake is how much to endorse Japan’s use of fresh monetary stimulus to
propel its economy from 15 years of deflation without signaling support
for a weaker yen, which may hurt exporters elsewhere and prompt
retaliation. The yen strengthened for a fourth day today against the
is in the spotlight after the yen tumbled about 12 percent in the past
three months on the bet that new Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will pursue a
campaign commitment to demand more aggressive monetary policy. That has
led to concern elsewhere he’s chasing a cheaper yen, potentially
triggering a so-called currency war if others do the same.
a draft of the communique dated Feb. 11 and obtained by Bloomberg News
yesterday, the G-20 officials reaffirmed a pledge to “refrain from
competitive devaluation.” They said monetary policy “should be directed
toward domestic price stability, while continuing to support economic
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draft predates by one day a statement by the G-7, composed of the major
industrial nations, which committed not to make exchange rates a goal
of policy. Confusion then broke out as one G-7 official said it was
meant as a criticism of excessive moves in the yen and Japan’s
occasional willingness to guide investors on its desired value. A U.K.
official then denied any country was being singled out.
Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney says the G-20 should embrace the
G-7’s position, differences within the smaller group may limit the
chances for reaching a consensus, and China may resist given its policy
of managing the yuan’s value.
Finance Minister Guido Mantega, who coined the phrase “currency war” in
2010, said all nations would lose from a spiral of devaluations, adding
that it’s not enough for the G-20 countries to say they’ll prohibit
such a situation. Europe should ease fiscal restraints, he said in an
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the G-20 statement just reaffirms its existing stance, or even just
adopts the slightly more specific G-7 statement, then we would expect
the major currency trends to be resumed,knife sets”
Morgan Stanley (MS) foreign-exchange strategists led by Hans Redeker
said in a report to clients. “The major global policy makers can all
claim that their currency regimes are consistent with the G-20 and G-7
statements and that policy is domestically oriented.The stuff is going
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