Investors want global leaders meeting in Mexico next week totake action on reviving economic growth, the Institute ofInternational Finance said.

“Markets will be looking expectantly for evidence of a globallycoordinated policy response targeted to revive growth prospectsworldwide on a sustainable basis,” IIF Managing Director CharlesDallara said in a letter today to leaders attending the Group of 20summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, on June 18-19.

The summit will give European leaders a chance to discusseconomic concerns with heads of other major economies, includingU.S. President Barack Obama. European governments are more focusedon building a consensus for another summit they are holding laterthis month, a U.S. official said yesterday on condition ofanonymity.

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