The group of 20 world leaders will pursue deficit-reduction targets and higher capital requirements for banks in response to the European debt crisis, according to Bloomberg.

G-20 nations with advanced economies will aim to cut their deficits in half by 2013 and start to stabilize their debt-to output ratios by 2016, according to a statement issued yesterday in Toronto.

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