Two-thirds of the respondents in our recent poll said that
they thought the G20 Summit would result in statements of unity but not much
else. A small minority said that there would be a definitive plan for positive
action, while a few others expected to see finger-pointing and bickering.
Now that it’s all over, it looks as though markets have welcomed the soothing
words – and the $1.1 trillion support for the IMF.
But what do you think? Have we reached a nadir or is there worse still to
come? Are you more or less optimistic than you were before the G20 talkfest got
here to let us know your views. Who knows? This could be a historic
turning point – but only if the people who really matter think so, so vote now!
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