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OK so the world leaders wrapping up talks at the G-20 summit that's coming to an end today and they convinced the financial markets that Europe's debt crisis can actually be -- -- -- hundred cents instill in Mexico with the latest rich to we some of the world's problems.
Much -- -- they're convincing us that they haven't solved it at least not yet President Obama right now getting a briefing from eurozone leaders we expect to hear.
From the White House shortly exactly what went on in that meeting he supposed to get a status update on the talks -- negotiations eurozone leaders are going through here though Euro leaders are saying at least according to a G-20 official.
That they will take all policy measures necessary to keep the Euro zone together still concrete steps apparently.
We'll have to -- Maybe will require a great deal of political -- and we have seen that commitment in these discussions.
What we are still hearing as they go forward -- the specific details about how they plan to pursue each of those were areas.
-- those four areas some of them include banking union more coordination on the what would be the federal level in the United States -- over there would be more coordination among the countries.
And on growth.
Officials say they're moving toward more growth initiatives and they were in the last few months in other words governments.
Spending money President Obama later this afternoon will meet with the Chinese president president who.
After that it's a press conference and then back to the US.
-- tracing its could separatists and you get back safe.
And from Mexico not just me -- my co anchor fabulous co anchor who women's dearly here harassing Webster has left Greece and is on his way to Madrid we'll be live tomorrow with the latest on the eurozone crisis.
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