Your answer to question must be based on the text below.
In June this year, the BRICs, the world's newest economic
grouping, ended their first major summit by calling for a stable,
predictable and more diversified international monetary system. But the
leaders of Brazil, Russia, India and China, stopped short of criticising
the world's dominant currency, the US dollar. The group repeated calls
for a bigger say in the global financial system through greater
representation at major institutions, such as the World Bank.
But the final statement issued by the leaders made no reference
to developing new reserve currencies to challenge the dollar, which
Russia had called for at a separate event earlier in the day.
Analysts say that as the global recession bites, the four Bric
nations are showing a growing willingness to work together. One expert
claimed the significance of the summit would be political rather than
economic.(BBC News 16/6/09, adapted)The most suitable headline for this text would be
a) BRICs attack the falling dollar.
b) BRICs summit advocates financial stability.
c) Emerging nations seek to set up new financial union.
d) BRICs in disarray over financial crisis.
e) Nations favour increased powers for the World Bank.