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  • v. To balance again.


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  • The main reason to rebalance is to keep your overall long-term strategy in place.


  • So now it's antibiotics and truly awful canned dogged food to get rid of the bacteria and rebalance is Ph levels so he's not forming any more problematical crystals in his piddle.


  • Calls have grown for Germany to "rebalance" -- to buy more from struggling European neighbors so they can keep more money at home.

    Smaller euro nations trail Germany's 'locomotive'

  • Bit by bit, and inch by inch, the world's economies are beginning to rebalance, which is what everyone wants to see in terms of what that means to global growth.

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  • The idea is for the world's biggest industrial and developing economies to agree on limits for their external imbalances as a way to "rebalance" global growth away from an over-reliance on U.S. consumers buying goods from Asian and other export powerhouses.

    Dollar Recoups Some Losses

  • Geithner said he would use weekend meetings of G-20 finance ministers to advance efforts to "rebalance" the world economy so it is less reliant on U.S. consumers.

    What's News: Business

  • Talk of an agreement gained momentum with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's comment in The Wall Street Journal Thursday that he would use the G-20 meeting to seek ways to "rebalance" the world economy.

    Dollar Shifts Ahead of Rivals

  • Markets are unlikely to be assuaged by a mere reiteration of the G-20 commitment to "rebalance" the global economy, which implicitly includes addressing greater rises in the currencies of China and other export-reliant Asian countries.

    G-20 Seeks to Forge Consensus on Currencies

  • But Geithner said the issue is also central to the agreement leading economic nations struck during the crisis - to "rebalance" world economic patterns so major debtor nations such as the United States would reduce their spending and borrowing and major exporting nations would rely less on sales to the rest of the world and more on their domestic markets.

    Geithner stokes world pressure on China over currency

  • Geithner also says in the interview that he will press the G20 ministers to "rebalance" the world economy so that other countries rely less for their prosperity on exporting goods to the United States.

    Geithner to Pursue Currency Norms at G20 Meeting


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