G-20, IMF Meeting, Google, North Korea: Week April 13-20Dick Schumacher, Greg Miles and Jim McDonald
Group of 20 finance ministers and central bank governors will meet the day before the International Monetary Fund’s spring meeting starts, as economic policy leaders try to broaden the global recovery.
China’s economy expanded at a faster pace in the first quarter than in the previous one, data in the coming week are likely to show. North Korea marks the 101st anniversary of Kim Il Sung’s birth and may launch a missile in commemoration.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Citigroup Inc., Google Inc., Nokia Oyj, Coca-Cola Co. and Yahoo! Inc. are among companies releasing results.
Margaret Thatcher’s funeral is held in London.
The NBA basketball playoffs begin.
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